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A war shrine is unveiled in Hillingdon by one of Britain’s leading wartime politicians
Non-Fiction 1918 1 mins
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With the First World War still raging, Foreign Secretary Arthur Balfour, a former Prime Minister, leads a sombre throng at Hillingdon Parish Church, where he opens the doors for a shrine to the war dead in the churchyard.
- Original title
- Fallen Heroes Topical Budget 339-1
- United Kingdom
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