British Expeditionary Force commander and Field Marshal, Sir Douglas Haig, debarks from a smaller ship onto a dock in Dover in December 1918, soon after the signing of the armistice ending World War 1. White cliffs of Dover seen briefly in background behind a large ship. Victorious Marshal Haig is met by Vice-Admiral Sir Roger Keyes. A man with a royal mace stands behind the officers. British Royal Navy Guard of Honor band in white helmets plays as Commander Haig and Commander Keyes pass by the assembled forces. Civilians are lined up behind the military forces to welcome home Field Marshal Haig.
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