King George and Queen Mary of England visit American soldier convalescents at American Red Cross hospital in Dartford, Kent, England, near the end of World War I. King and Queen arrive at hospital. Colonel H.E. Fiske, officers and nurses receive them. King stands past the bed of a patient, touches his leg and talks to him. Queen talks to the nurse. Patients and their attendants stand and talk. World War 1 soldier patients stand and wave. Nurses stand and talk. King and Queen accompanied with others climb down stairs. Queen shakes hands with nurse and an officer. King shakes hands with the officer.
Prince Edward of Kent with his parents in London, England. Duke of Kent Prince George with his wife Princess Marina and his nine month old son Prince Edward. The Duke and Duchess of Kent with their son. Prince Edward in his mother's arms. Prince Edward with the Duke and the Duchess in a lawn.
The residents and soldiers of Dover in Kent, England at the time of German bombings during World War II. British airplanes are lined up. An airplane halts as a man signals for parking. The airplanes return after attacking Cologne, Germany. The pilot of an airplane disembarks from the airplane and is asked about German attack. Pilots and other personnel talk while walking.
The residents of Dover in Kent, England at the time of German bombings during World War II. Boston bombers in flight to explode German factories and targets. Bombs are dropped. Explosions occur and smoke rises. Royal Air Force (RAF) airplanes in formation flight. Aerial view of the front line area. A woman of the front line is interviewed about German attacks and she shows no fear of German attacks. A man standing beside her.
Workers place sandbags around Canterbury Cathedral in Kent, England during World War II, as protection against enemy German bombing. Workers fill sandbags to place them around the Cathedral. They remove the famous stained glass windows. Crowd watches them. Workers place sandbags in front of the windows.
Men, women, and children gathered at a hops farm in World War 1. The happy workers, possibly from Kent, or migrant "hoppers" from London on a "hopping holiday" work together to harvest hops. The row is filled with busy hoppers of all ages. Bin men with long poles pluck hop-laden vines from the high-growing plants. Children and women separate hop cone flowers from plants, gathered over bushel baskets. A woman pulls a hand cart between rows of hop plants.