Former U.S. war correspondents meet prince Bernhard in Palace Soestdijk, the Netherlands.
Soestdijk Netherlands Date:1969, June Duration:4 min 17 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Former American war correspondents arrive in the Netherlands on a tour of Europe 25 years after the Allied Invasion during World War II. A bus full of American correspondents and their wives on a Maarse and Kroon bus. The correspondents get off the bus and talk. The correspondents seated inside the bus. The trip goes to a small village in central Netherlands called Soestdijk where queen Juliana, the Dutch queen, and her husband, prince Bernhard live. The bus pulls up outside their palace, called Palace Soestdijk. The correspondents enter the building and meet prince Bernhard. Correspondents drink and talk. They come out with prince Bernhard and pose on the lawns. Correspondents pose outside the building. Prince Bernhard, wearing a white flower on his lapel, speaks to correspondents as photographers take pictures.
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