Prince Alex Of Serbia 1910-1919

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    Prince Alex of Serbia.

    Crown Prince Alexander of Serbia on a visit to England; rides in procession etc. 1910's? Opens w/ shot of 2 other men (a young Prince Albert, later King George VI) sitting in back of coach; it drives rt. GV people crowding in street; facing cam. while line of police stand w/ backs to cam (static on this part). Next a shot of several men on sidewalk - - the 2 seen earlier walk toward cam (Army & Navy officers ?), coachmen stand by coaches; etc. CU coach again coachman spreads blanket over men's laps; tips his hat. Back to sidewalk Prince Alex and Serbian contingent walk toward cam.

    Crowd cheering; as coach drives by w/ Prince A. (possibly Prince of Wales?) Followed by carriage with old man w/ long white beard; then 2 more carrying Serb officers. Some Serbia soldiers in London street climbing on truck. GV truck starts down st. as schoolboys & Britain soldiers watch. Guards' marching band. Crowd on sidewalk; up in window ledges etc. Carriage pulls up in street; to near camera; Prince Alex of Serbia & a very young-looking Prince of Wales get out. Next, men walking toward camera w/ the white-bearded old man in front.

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    British Pathé
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    1910 - 1919
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    Black & White
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    01:32:21:00 / 01:33:38:00
    ON 226 H
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    ON 226 H
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    George VI: early years srbija ON 226 WW1 Serbia Pre WW1 Kronprinz von Serbien
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