King Opens 'britain Can Make It' Exhibition 1946

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King George VI and Queen Elizabeth open the 'Britain Can Make It' Exhibition at the Victoria and Albert Museum. London.

Pan from crowd to King George VI making speech on balcony, Queen Elizabeth (later Queen Mother) is sat next to him. Various shots of...

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Cataloguer:
Emma
Stock:
Black & White
Sound:
Sound
Media URN:
63275
Sort Number:
UN 1618 A
Time in/Out:
01:00:02:00 / 01:07:18:00
Canister:
UN 1618 A
Film ID:
2122.01
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