Plymouth - Princess Unveils Naval Memorial… 1954

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    Plymouth, Devon.

    LV crowds watching Princess Margaret, Mayor etc., walking to memorial. CS Princess Margaret walking towards. GV memorial. SCU memorial, pan to top. CU Princess Margaret inspecting sailors guard of honour. CU Commonwealth sailor, pan to another. GV memorial and Drake statue. CU Drake statue. LS Princess Margaret unveiling plaque from platform and addresses the crowd (natural sound): "I am proud to unveil this memorial the men and women of the Plymouth command." CU plaque, flags drop. GV crowd on relations standing. CU Princess Margaret laying wreath. LS top of memorial. SV relations placing wreaths and walking past. SCU relations looking at names. CU name plate. CU Princess and officer walking past camera.

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    01:17:01:00 / 01:18:20:00
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