Headline
Synopsis of British Gazette Nos. 511 to 515: Showing Tonight at The Coronet
Newspaper Source
Publication Date
1919-03-31
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1919-03-31
Publication Year
1919
Page
5
Column
Today's New Advertisements
Times Appeared (Days)
1
Film Projector / Film(s)
Summary

Buckingham Palace; Sandhurst Cadets receive the King's Banner Scenes at the Lord Mayor's Show. 'The Last Charge' – a genuine picture taken on the last day of hostilities. Scenes in and from an Airship: Bird's eye view of London including St. Paul's. World War Over: How London celebrated the great day of Victory. The King and Queen give thanks at St. Paul's. Victory Pageant at Basingstoke. Edinburgh: Their Majesties visit ‘Auld Reekie.' Canada: Lord Roberts in 1908……'but the War will finally be won by the genius of a French general named Ferdinand Foch, Professor in the Military School in Paris.' London: Our democratic King and Queen with the Silver Badge men in Hyde Park. The Victory Ball in aid of the National Fund for Nurses. Harwich: Surrender of U-Boats. Scapa Flow: The Triumph of the British Navy – Germany Surrenders Her Fleet to Beatty. H. M. S Queen Elizabeth: Admiral Sir David Beatty's signal to the German fleet—'The German flag is to be hauled down at sunset and will not be hoisted again without permission.' God Saves Our King And Queen. Note: This is a very fine picture and should be seen by every Briton in the Colony, but bear in mind that there is no fake about the British Gazette and do not expect too much.

Venue(s)
Coronet Theatre (View more)
Address
1 Wyndham St., Central