A look back at Prince Edward's tours of various cities of Britain.
Item title reads - Edward VIII Prince and King. Part 9.
L/S as members of the British Legion march along at Scarborough, Yorkshire in 1923. Prince Edward (Prince of Wales, King Edward VIII, Duke of Windsor) walks between Marshal Foch and Lord Jellicoe. L/S of a war memorial with all the members gathered around. M/S of Marshal Foch watching veterans march past.
M/S of Prince Edward in a kilt at Hampden Park, Glasgow, Scotland watching a rally of 20,000 boy scouts, he walks past and inspects them. A huge crowd of boys run up to him.
M/S as the Prince walks along with officials of University College Hospital, he smoothes his hair down. M/S profile as he makes a speech to open new wing and nurses home.
L/S of huge crowds welcoming the Prince at the opening of the Great North East Coast Exhibition. (Newcastle?) C/U of him making a speech. L/S of crowds again. M/S as he inspects the exhibits.
M/S as he is presented with a scarf on a visit to a hosiery factory in Leicester. M/S as he puts on miners overalls and goes down the Haig Pit on a visit to the Lake District. M/S as he walks along afterwards and salutes as the miners wave to him. L/S of ship sailing through ribbon which opens the new extension of Royal Edward dock at Bristol, Avon. M/S as the Prince disembarks with the mayor and inspects sailors on the dock.