Royal Visit To Holland / Netherlands 1958

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    Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip (Duke of Edinburgh) visit The Hague, Holland / Netherlands. (This footage was originally UN 3066 B.)

    Various shots of Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip looking at exhibition of 'The Age of Shakespeare' at Gemeente Museum. The Royals look at painting of Queen Elizabeth I and suit of armour. Crowd of people watch them. Dutch royal family are also there. Shots of quote on the wall 'The Lord blew and they were scattered'. M/S of Shakespeare quote from Henry V.

    Shots of Queen, Duke and Dutch Royal family during presentations of silver medallion in a casket to Queen Elizabeth II.

    General view of Scheveningen harbour. Children on boats. Local fishermen and women in traditional dress waiting in the rain to greet the Queen. Royal car arrives. People rush forward to press around the car.

    More shots at the presentation of the silver medallion. Exterior shot of building - could be the Museum?

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    British Pathé
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    01:41:03:00 / 01:44:50:00
    UN 3067 A
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    UN 3067 A
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