Charing Cross, London.
The recently completed memorial for Nurse Edith Cavell is unveiled. Cavell was shot by the German's during the First World War for helping Allied P.O.W.s escape.
M/S of a bearded man in military uniform, behind him stand several smartly dressed gentlemen and a policeman. Beside them are several children and a woman who can not stop giggling. C/U of the bearded man. C/U of two men in military uniform.
L/S of a crowd lined street, a parade with a brass band and people carrying banners moves towards the camera, policemen hold the crowds back.
M/S of men, some in uniform, carrying a large wreath. The military men seen previously in the C/Us stand nearby, one reads the notes for his speech. C/U of one of military men addressing a crowd. C/U of another of the military men giving a passionate speech in front of the Edith Cavell memorial. High angle L/S of the large crowd surrounding the speakers in front of the memorial, many shelter from the rain under umbrellas. Good L/S of the memorial as the parade passes.
Note: according to old records the memorial was unveiled by Queen Alexandra, wife of King Edward VII. "Faithful Unto Death". There are no good shots of the Queen - it is possible that the old record is referring to another Gazette Story that it has the wrong can number. AH 2000.