George V Coronation Anniversary Celebration and related media

George V Coronation Anniversary Celebration

On May 6, 1935, at the London celebration of the 25th anniversary of his coronation, King George V delivers a speech on the Commonwealth.

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  • George V Coronation Anniversary Celebration
    George V Coronation Anniversary Celebration

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    On May 6, 1935, at the London celebration of the 25th anniversary of his coronation, King George V delivers a speech on the Commonwealth.

    Audio Clip (1:47)
  • George VI Delivers Annual Christmas Address
    George VI Delivers Annual Christmas Address

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    On December 25, 1951, a frail King George VI, suffering from the effects of lung cancer, delivers his final Christmas address to the British Commonwealth.

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    Prince Charles Becomes Prince of Wales

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    At Caernarfon Castle in Wales, Prince Charles was invested as the Prince of Wales. This title, given to him on July 1, 1969, made him the next heir to the British throne after his mother Queen Elizabeth II.

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  • Ronald Reagan on Roe v. Wade
    Ronald Reagan on Roe v. Wade

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    In 1973, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in Roe v. Wade that women, as part of their constitutional right to privacy, could terminate a pregnancy during its first two trimesters. On the 10th anniversary of the ruling, President Ronald Reagan pledges in a radio report to the nation to fight to overturn the landmark case.

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  • Prince Charles at Hong Kong Turnover Ceremony
    Prince Charles at Hong Kong Turnover Ceremony

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    On July 1, 1997, Prince Charles delivers a speech marking the end of 156 years of British rule as Hong Kong is returned to China.

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  • Hong Kong Turnover Ceremony
    Hong Kong Turnover Ceremony

    Audio Clip (2:48)

    Live coverage of the ceremony proceedings on July, 1, 1997, captures the moment when British soldiers lower the Union Jack and the Hong Kong flag to the strains of "God Save the Queen," followed by the raising of China's red banner with five gold stars as the national anthem plays.

    Audio Clip (2:48)

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