Nation Mourns Queen Alexandra 1925

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Title reads: "... "a thousand claims to reverence close in her as Mother Wife and Queen" (Tennyson - adapted). Nation mourns Queen Alexandra - indefatigable in good works - beloved by all".

A retrospective tribute to Queen Alexandra at time of her death in 1925.

Queen Alexandra entering...



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