King George VI and Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain each lay a wreath on the Cenotaph on Armistice Day, attendees observe silence at 11:00, and the King lays another wreath at the statue of Earl Haig
SLATE INFORMATION: Armistice Ceremony at the Cenotaph
ENGLAND: London: Whitehall: Cenotaph:
ARMISTICE 1937 - King George VI - disturbance.
COUNTRY SCENES. v.Good - used in 1937 Armistice
DISABLED SOLDIERS PEOPLE At Star & Garter home
FACTORIES Used in 1937 Armistice - V.G. Machinery, Factories Idle and Working
FLAGS. Flags of all the Allies in Armistice Film. '37.
GEORGE VI At 1937 Armistice - disturbance
GLOUCESTER, Duke of At 1937 Armistice
HAIG, Earl Wreath laxed by King George V1 on Armistice Day.
KENT, Duke of At 1937 Armistice
MARCHING TROOPS Troops marching from the waist down - Special bobin under cuts.
MARY, Queen Mother At 1937 Armistice
MILITARY Troops marching from waist down - Special bobbin under cuts
TROOPS In 1937 Armistice, Allied Troops marching.
UNEMPLOYED In 1937 Armistice
WAR GRAVES Used in 1937 Armistice.
Ceremonies - Memorial; World War I; Military - Ceremonial; Personalities - Politicians; Buildings, Landmarks and Monuments
Field Marshal Douglas Haig, 1st Earl Haig, World War I, WWI, First World War, war, Allies, Germany, British Expeditionary Force (BEF)
Background: King George VI and Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain each lay a wreath on the Cenotaph on Armistice Day, attendees observe silence at 11:00, and the King lays another wreath at the statue of Earl Haig