Royal Silver Wedding Reel 2 Of 2 1948

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Reel 2. Royal Silver Wedding. Continued from reel 1.

King George VI and Queen Elizabeth (Queen Mother) visiting Paris, France in 1938. They are received by President Albert Lebrun. Crowds wave as King and Lebrun tours city in open car.

Various shots of Washington DC, United States...



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