Winston Churchill and the Royal Family visit the Cenotaph in London on the 1946 Day of Remembrance
SLATE INFORMATION: The Day of Remembrance
ENGLAND: London: Whitehall: Cenotaph:
Mr Attlee Standing with Mr Churchill and other ministers at the Cenotaph for the Remembrance Service 1946
BRITISH LEGION Marching column of Veterans and British Legion marching past the Cenotaph after the Remembrance service in 1946
CENOTAPH Remembrance service at the Cenotaph 1946. Shots of King Princess Elizabeth, Mr. Attlee, Churchill, King unveils a new inscription on the memorial and places a wreath followed by Princess Elizabeth. Soldiers Believed Marines standing to attention at the Cenotaph. Veterans of World War I march past.
WINSTON CHURCHILL Standing with Mr Attlee and other ministers at the Cenotaph for the Remembrance Service 1946
Princess - Elizabeth Places a wreath on the Cenotaph during the Remembrance Service, salutes and stands with father
QUEEN ELIZABETH Watching the Remembrance Service from the window of the Home Office with the Queen Mother, Princess Margaret and the Duchess of Kent
GEORGE VI OF ENGLAND Unveils a new inscription on the Cenotaph places a wreath and stands in front of Cenotaph
GRAVES Shots of Graves in the desert singly and groups.
DUCHESS OF KENT Watches the Cenotaph Remembrance Service from an Home Office window with Queen Elizabeth, Queen Mother and Princess Margaret
MARGARET ROSE - PRINCESS Watching the Remembrance Service from the window of the Home Office with Queen Elizabeth, Queen Mother and Duchess of Kent.
Mary THE QUEEN MARY. Watching the Remembrance service from the window of the Home Office with Queen Elizabeth, Duchess of Kent and Princess Margaret
MILITARY BRITISH Soldiers believed Marines standing to attention at the Cenotaph during the 1946 remembrance service
WHITEHALL Shots of the Remembrance Service at Whitehall. Shots of Mr Churchill, Attlee, King and Princess Elizabeth, Men of the British Legion marching past after the service. Marines standing to attention. King and Princess Elizabeth lay a wreath on the Centaph and the King unveils the new inscription.
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Background: Winston Churchill and the Royal Family visit the Cenotaph in London on the 1946 Day of Remembrance