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York, England: GV The duke leaving the train and being greeted by Vice Lieutenant Col. Sir Alfred Morvat. LV Duke walks along half completed railway carriages at the York Factory. CU Duke has railway carriages at the York factory explained to him. LV Int. signal box. SV Duke examines controls in signal box.
SV York Minster...No. 7247
LV Duke and archbishop walk towards memorial LV Duke speaking and unveiling the memorial by pressing a button. CU The Duke head's looking at the memorial. LV the memorial unveiled. CU The Duke speaks (Nat. sd.) SV Working on the memorial. LV the archbishop in front of memorial speaks (Nat.sd.) CU Cross at the top of memorial Last post has begun (Nat sd.) SV Official party standing to attention camera pans across to the Duke. CU Dukes head. LV Top of memorial.
CU The Duke speaks: In the fight they. Though it more honourable to suffer death than to give and save themselves. so in a small moments of time and the climax to their lives they were swept away from us in a culmination not of fear but of glory.
LV Archbishop At the going down of the sun and in the morning we shall remember them.
Royalty; Industries, Trades and Crafts; Ceremonies - Memorial; Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh (Lt Philip Mountbatten) (1921-), World War II; Great Britain
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