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31 January 1952 King George VI and Queen Elizabeth watch the take-off of the plane

31 January 1952
King George VI and Queen Elizabeth watch the take-off of the plane after saying goodbye to Princess Elizabeth who, with the Duke of Edinburgh, is off on a Royal tour to Kenya.
Also pictured are Earl and Lady Mountbatten, Sir Miles Thomas (BOAC Chairman), Duchess of Gloucester, Princess Margaret, Lieut-General Sir Frederick Browning and Sir John D'Albiac and Mr. Whitney Straight.
London Airport, England
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Royal Wedding. The procession of the Brotherhood of St Edward the Confessor showing

Royal Wedding.
The procession of the Brotherhood of St Edward the Confessor showing the five banners which will add to the brilliance of Princess Elizabeth's wedding, seen at a final rehearsal at Westminster Abby this evening. The banners are:- The banner of Our Lady, with insignia of Girls' Friendly Society; The banner of St Martin, gift of the Church Lads' Brigade after the first World War; Banner of St Oswald, Church of England Men's Society gift, and the Banner of St Peter, a Mother' Union gift.
18 November 1947

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A new hat for Mr Winston Churchill. Mr Winston Churchill, appointed Lord Warden

A new hat for Mr Winston Churchill.
Mr Winston Churchill, appointed Lord Warden of the Cinque Ports in 1941, was finally installed in the office by the Court of Shepway at Dover Castle today (Wednesday). A former Lord Warden, Lord Beauchamp, designer uniform worn by Mr Churchill, which somewhat resembles an admirals and includes a cocked hat, epauletted coat and much gold braid. Mr Churchill was received at Dover with military honours and escorted to the castle by the motorcyclists of the R.A.C.S and Royal Corps of Signals. A fanfare of trumpets, greeted his entrance by the Constable Tower and at his installation as Lord Warden the salute and 19 guns was fired.
Photo shows, Mr Winston Churchill (wearing cocked hat) walking in procession after his installation as Lord Warden of the Cinque Ports at Dover Castle (Kent) today, Wednesday.
14 August 1946

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