Admiral Sir Roger Keyes presents the Distinguished Service Cross to the people of Dunkirk on behalf of King George V.
MAIN TITLE: KING GEORGE HONOURS DUNKIRK. ADMIRAL SIR ROGER KEYES PRESENTS THE D.S.C. (DISTINGUISHED SERVICE CROSS) TO THE BADLY BOMBED TOWN ON BEHALF OF HIS MAJESTY
Admiral Sir Roger Keyes and other naval officers follow French military officer off ship.
MV Admiral Air Roger Keyes and two other naval officers and French officer pose on quayside.
MV pan other officers salute.
SV Admiral Sir Roger Keyes, 2 naval officers and French officer pass along lines of troops.
SV officer reading from script walks up to Admiral Keyes and other officers, carrying padded cushion.
CU padded cushion - coat of arms depicted on it and three medals pinned to it.
MV officer standing watching.
SV camera follows Admiral Keyes, 2 naval officers and French officer walk down line of troops.
SV military band marches past Admiral Keyes and other officers, crowds of people looking out from houses overlooking square in background.
SV soldiers marching past.
Background: Admiral Sir Roger Keyes presents the Distinguished Service Cross to the people of Dunkirk on behalf of King George V.