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    Lord French unveils memorial to those killed on "Titanic".

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    Liverpool, Merseyside (?).

    Lord John French unveils memorial to those who perished on the "Titanic".

    Iris out shot of French walking on deck of a ship, soldiers lined up on deck. Shot from deck of ship.

    Intertitle: "With Sir Neville Macready".

    French, Macready & other army officers coming out of door.

    Crowd in street, around memorial. French, Lord Mayor & other officials, including some men in academic robes & mortarboard hats standing on platform. VIPs walk down street, passing crowd, statue in background. The VIPs lead a procession of boys in white robes (choirboys?), young women in dark academic robes and priests. Back view soldiers marching, passing crowd.

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    Old negatives
    British Pathé
    Issue Date:
    1910 - 1919
    HD Format:
    Available on request
    Black & White
    Time in/Out:
    01:11:40:00 / 01:14:00:00
    ON 234 E

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  1. Unknown user says

    This clip appears to contain two completely different and rather jumbled stories.

    Dealing solely with the unveiling of the Titanic memorial, (footage of which begins at 00:46), this particular memorial is in Belfast. The unveiling took place on 26 June 1920, so the clip's current date range needs altering.

    The statue was relocated in 1959, and now stands about 30 yards away, in the grounds of Belfast City Hall.

    Note that a small part of this same unveiling appears in clip 2352.24.

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  2. dstrittm says

    As Jamied says, the caption is incorrect here. The memorial was not in Liverpool, Merseyside, but in Donegall Square in Belfast.

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