British and Belgian monarchs and French officers gather in France to meet with President Poincaré during World War I.
France Date:1916, August 12 Duration:1 min 51 sec Sound:Yes
Monarchs of various European nations like England, Belgium and others meet in France during World War I. French Army officers wait at a harbor. Queen Mary with King George V arrive in France as Prince of Wales welcomes them as they tour the World War 1 front for the first time. At British Headquarters they are seen greeting and meeting with Prince Albert and Queen Elisabeth of Belgium. King George V decorates war heroes including many Belgian soldiers in a ceremony on a beach as the Belgian Royal family watches, including King Albert, Queen Elisabeth, Prince Leopold III, and Prince Charles (Count of Flanders). View of young Princess Marie José of Belgium roughly around age 12 with the other monarchs walking on a sandy beach after the ceremony. King George V and Sir Douglas Haig enter through a gate to meet with French President Poincaré, Chief General Joseph Joffre, and General Ferdinand Foch. The leaders are seen together on the terrace of General Haig's headquarters at Beauquesne.
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