Queen Elizabeth recounts events in life of King George VI during dedication of his statue in Carleton Gardens, London, England. View of the Statue of George VI. King George VI and Queen Elizabeth standing in bombing rubble, and visiting suffering Londoners during the Blitz, in World War II. As Prince Albert, he stands with companions watching boys engaged in sports activities at a camp for boys that he established after World War I. Prince Albert in bathing suit at the beach, and participating in a group sing with campers. As the first British sovereign to enter the United States of America, king George VI, rides in an open car with President Franklin D.Roosevelt. The King is seen with British Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery, visiting the war zones and decorating British Colonial troops, during World War II. The Queen says "Today is Trafalgar Day."
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