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    British Royalty c. 1920s.

    Weymouth, Dorset.

    Group of people posing; mayor with robe and chain; Princess Beatrice holds piece of paper. Group walking towards camera; looks like market. MS as she meets elderly man with scarf of exotic fabric worn like Arab head-dress; other people dressed in gypsy sort of style. Next she tries shooting a rifle at a game booth. MS as she talks and shakes hands with people.

    Car driving; people lined up along road; waving. King George V and Queen Mary get out of car. Pan to choir singing. Girl gives bouquet to Queen. MS King and Queen meeting people. Shot looking down at train and platform as train starts to move. Next; the King and Queen at tree-planting ceremony, they both dig some earth.

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    British Pathé
    Issue Date:
    1920 - 1930
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    HD Format:
    Available on request
    Film ID:
    Black & White
    Time in/Out:
    01:20:16:00 / 01:23:02:00
    ON 462 B
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    ON 462 B
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    Lifestyle & Culture Historical Figures & Celebrities
    Royal Navy, Dorset Weymouth Dorset Ep1 King George handing out medals
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    0:01 0:02 0:03 0:04

Comments (1)

  1. Rik274 says

    It's a pity that the details don't say which Princess Beatrice it is. I initially viewed this on YouTube and it wasn't until my third contribution that I was able to be fairly confident as to who she is. It was clear to me that she couldn't be the best known Princess Beatrice at the time, i.e. the daughter of Queen Victoria, as she would have been too old. This is, I think, Princess Beatrice (1884 - 1966), daughter of Alfred, Duke of Edinburgh, the second son of Queen Victoria. In 1909 she married the Infante Alfonso, Duke of Galliera, and he is to be seen to the left of the picture at the start, holding a top hat.

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