Lord Trenchard Laid To Rest 1956

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Westminster Abbey, London.

GV. Lord Trenchard, 'Father of the RAF' lying in state at the Air Ministry (title super over). SV. Royal Air Force men marching down Whitehall with arms reversed. GV. RAF (Royal Air Force) Band playing Funeral March followed by the funeral carriage. SV. Funeral carriage....

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Cataloguer:
Bond
Stock:
Black & White
Sound:
Sound
Media URN:
31523
Sort Number:
56/016
Time in/Out:
01:05:08:00 / 01:06:12:00
Canister:
56/16
Film ID:
571.06
Issue Date:
23/02/1956

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