President Roosevelt talks of US border with Canada and about the death of King George V.
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Canada / United States of America.
A civic dignitary in a hat sits down and the crowd cheer as President Franklin D. Roosevelt gets up to speak on a covered podium. He talks of the importance of the boundary / border of Canada and America and of their relations. He talks of the death of King George V and the sadness of the US people. He also talks of his hope for Edward VIII.