Statues for Canada's war memorial - described by the March family who designed & built it.
Full title reads: "Farnborough, Kent. Canada's National Memorial - to her 68,000 dead. Colossal group of bronze figures - after 6 years unremitting labour, by the famous 6 March brothers & their sister - completed!"
Three men and a woman (presumably the March family) stand in front of a large bronze statue of soldiers.
Various shots of the figures in the statue - a monument (according to the man speaking) to the great response of Canada in 1914.
More shots of the family in the midst of various statues for the Canadian war memorial. C/U various bits of the sculpture - it will be erected in Hyde Park, London for a short while before being shipped to Canada.
Shots of a model showing how the completed memorial will look when fully erected.
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