Prince Of Wales In Sweden 1932

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    Sweden. - Swedish voiceover.

    Prince Edward, Prince of Wales (later King Edward VIII, Duke of Windsor) walks with dignitaries and members of the British diplomatic community in Sweden, including William Oxxey - the British Consul. Also in the party is Prince George, the Duke of Kent.

    Crowds outside building. Cars go in. Pressmen and photographers chat to policemen. Views of Stockholm. People in uniform in group of people (possibly Swedish royalty). Various people walk in through crowds.

    Scenes at race course. (Voiceover suggests that Princess Ingrid is there.) Scenes of horse racing. CU Swedish Prince chatting. Nice shot of Prince of Wales putting on a scarf. Prince of Wales walks with Prince Adolf of Sweden. More Swedish horse racing scenes. The Prince of Wales watches the race through binoculars. The Princes and Princesses walk to their cars.

    N.B. This material presumably comes from the visit of the Prince of Wales to Sweden in October 1932.

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    British Pathé
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    Black & White
    Time in/Out:
    01:14:17:00 / 01:17:38:00
    UN 56 H
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    UN 0056 H
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