King George V at opening of League of Nations meeting in England.
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Sound only material - speech by King George V at opening of League of Nations meeting in England. He talks about his confidence in this sign of common endeavour. He expresses his appreciation and interest in the League of Nation. Some nations sending representatives are not members of the League. He then speaks in French. He then speaks in English and speaks of his hopes and concern for the rising tide of unemployment. He suggests that over production may have caused problems.