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derisively. the the , ] . put ; j in Up until the late war the British British royal family moved about freely, and mingled with crowds, even as you and I. Frequently, Frequently, too, their protection was confined to a small and more or less invisible escort. During the many years this correspondent had headquarters headquarters in London, it was a common common sight to see Queen Mary and other members of the royal royal house shopping, or motoring through the streets. The Prince of Wales (later King Edward VIII and now the Duke of Windsor) Windsor) used to drive his own car, both day and night, without any escort. So far as the late King j George V was concerned, he was absolutely fearless in crowds. When he and Queen Mary went to India in 1911 to be crowned emperor and empress, empress, they drove through Calcutta Calcutta in an open carriage, with thousands of natives swarming the streets and crowding about the vehicle in an effort to touch be blamed Dies thousands of But the Roosevelt wife and smeared Witnesses frprlitprl crecntea risk OI prospect for the in its On Dombrowski

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  1. The Ludington Daily News,
  2. 20 Oct 1947, Mon,
  3. Page 4

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