Sir Edward Cooper, the Lord Mayor of the City of London, grants Admiral Beatty and Field Marshal Haig the freedom of the city, with Sir Winston Churchill among the attendees to the ceremony
SLATE INFORMATION: Honouring the Navy and the Army
ENGLAND: London: City of London: Guildhall:
SV. Lord Mayor & Lady Mayoress alight from carriage.
SV. Lord French (sideview) alights.
SV. Mr. Winston Churchill & presumably Mrs. Churchill alight.
SV. Sir Douglas & Lady Haig alight & are greeted by Lord Mayor.
SV. Adm. Lady Beatty alight & are welcomed by Lord Mayor.
LV. Adm. Beatty reviews soldiers
SV. Adm. Beatty, Sir Douglas Haig & Lord French.
CU. Adm. Beatty & Sir Douglas Haig.
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Background: Sir Edward Cooper, the Lord Mayor of the City of London, grants Admiral Beatty and Field Marshal Haig the freedom of the city, with Sir Winston Churchill among the attendees to the ceremony