King George VI and Queen Elizabeth watch a parade of Civil Defence workers in London.
Titles read: "CIVIL DEFENCE DAY IN LONDON".
Low angle view of St Paul's Cathedral. King George VI and Queen Elizabeth take the salute during a march past of Civil Defence workers. The parade is to honour the front line fighters of the Battle of Britain.
First in the parade are the men of the Anti-Aircraft Command. They are followed by detachments of the RAF and divisional units of the British Police Force. The National Fire Service are next. Nice shot of people in the crowd, enjoying the spectacle. Men and women in civilian clothes follow.
ARP Wardens from Coventry remind us the parade took place on the second anniversary of the raid on that city. Wardens from other cities and rural areas follow.