Veterans of the attack on Zeebrugge Harbour in 1918 take part in the anniversary ceremony.
War veterans mark the 10th anniversary of Zeebrugge Day of 1918, when British ships tried to block the harbour at Zeebrugge to make it unusable by German submarines.
M/S of a brass band marching along a street (they look like Naval Cadets) on Zeebrugge Day; they are followed by a group of war veterans in civilian clothes.
M/S of the veterans standing in a line while they are inspected by senior military officers; most of the veterans wear medals on their jackets. M/S of what looks like a ferry boat - this is the 'Royal Iris' that took part in the attack. M/S of the Lady Mayoress, Margaret Bevan, getting onto the ship, along with other dignitaries. M/S of people crowding around a memorial stone, covered with wreaths, that lists the names of those killed in the attack; M/S of the memorial.
Note: for search purposes - Margaret Beaven / Margaret Beavan.