The Prince of Wales unveils a statue in London to commemorate Marshal Foch.
Full title reads: "London. 'A great soldier of France' whose courage was tried as gold in the fire and never faltered. (H.R.H. the Prince of Wales at unveiling of Marshal Foch memorial statue)."
Prince Edward, Prince of Wales (later King Edward VIII, Duke of Windsor) in Guards' uniform inspects troops. The Prince salute in front of the statue. He greets Madame Foch, widow of the Marshal, she stands with her two daughters.
MS Prince Edward makes a speech (no sound). Unveiling of the statue of the mounted French soldier.