Queen Juliana 1952

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    Orange, South France.

    Title in Dutch reads 'H.M. de Koningin in de Stad Van Haar Stamvaders'.

    LS. Queen Juliana of Holland getting out of train in Orange, France, and shakes hands with dignitaries. LS. Queen Juliana leaving the station. LS. Queen's car and escort going through crowd lined streets, people cheering and waving. LS. Decorated buildings. LS. Queen waving from balcony. LS. The ruins of fortress Crevecoeur. LS. Queen Juliana looking at fortress ruins. CU. Royal Standard of Queen Juliana. MS. Queen Juliana. GV. Crowd. LS. Queen Juliana planting tree. MS. Queen Juliana.

    (Mute Dupe Neg)

    Date found in the old record - 30/07/1952.

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    British Pathé
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    Black & White
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    01:21:28:00 / 01:22:21:00
    UN 2461 I
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    UN 2461 I
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