MONTAGE OF THE ENGLISH COUNTRYSIDE - 1936 Montage of the English countryside in 1936. A farmer plows his field pulled by horses, a windmill stands still framd by fluffy white clouds then cut to tree tops waving lightly in the breeze.
FUNERAL PROCESSION FOR KING GEORGE V - 1936 Montage of the funeral procession of King George V of Great Britain on 28th January 1936 at St. George's Chapel, Windsor Castle following the Lying-in-State in London. Birds flock into the air startled by cannon fire and King Edward VIIIs ascension to the throne is announced.
Date: January 28, 1936 - BLACK/WHITE Source: Film: 16P Length: 00:00:53:00, With Audio
EPSOM DERBY - 1936 Montage of the Epsom Downs racecourse where hundreds gather for the Epsom Derby race, the United Kingdom's premier thoroughbred horse race for three-year-old colts and fillies. Crowds gather about the racetrack, a truck advertising Royal Ediswan Lamps waits for horse-drawn carriages to pass carrying feed and supplies for the race and the scoreboard is ready.
ADOLF HITLER OVERSEES THE 1936 SUMMER OLYMPICS IN BERLIN Chilling montage of Adolf Hitler opening the 1936 Summer Olympics in Berlin just prior to the coming horrors of the Holocaust. Hitler rides in an open limousine down the street lined with Swastika flags and walks on to the grounds of the stadium where a cute little girl gives him a Nazi salute then curtseys. An Olympic runner races up hundreds of steps carrying the burning torch by relay from Olympia, Greece to Berlin. In a scene of bitter irony hundreds of peace doves are released over the stadium.
GREAT BRITAIN SILVER JUBILEE CELEBRATION - 1935 Montage of the 1935 Silver Jubilee celebration for King George V and Queen Mary. The streets are filled with enthusiastic British subjects as far as the eye can see as the royal procession makes its way through the streets.
THE FLEET'S LIT UP & SO IS MR. WOODRUFFE - 1957 NAVAL REVIEW Montage of the May 20, 1937 Royal Navy Fleet Review, a British tradition in which the King reviews the massed Royal Navy. The entire fleet gathers together and attendees party into the night enjoying spectacular fireworks. And as the Naval broadcaster Thomas Woodruffe so famously put it, "The fleet's lit up." The Woodruffe Incident as it is often called was a source of much amusement after Mr. Woodruffe had one too many drinks, made his famous quote and was so incoherent during his broadcast that he was taken off air after a few minutes and suspended for a week.
Date: May 20, 1937 - BLACK/WHITE Source: Film: 16P Length: 00:00:31:00, No Audio
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