Britain's Prince Edward VIII on the Great Depression and related media

Britain's Prince Edward VIII on the Great Depression

During the Great Depression, Edward, the eldest son of King George V, organized work programs for Britain's many unemployed. In a speech to his nation, Prince Edward appeals to its citizens to help one another through the hard times.

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    During the Great Depression, Edward, the eldest son of King George V, organized work programs for Britain's many unemployed. In a speech to his nation, Prince Edward appeals to its citizens to help one another through the hard times.

    Audio Clip (2:19)

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