Notes, Apr. 6, 1925

The Prince of Wales, Britain's much-traveled "Ambassador," left England's shores to the thunder of guns, the cheers of hundreds of thousands of his father's subjects and the strains of The Girl I Left Behind Me, rendered by the Royal Marines band, on his 26,000 mile voyage to South Africa and South America (TIME, Mar. 23). At London, Premier Baldwin said good-by in a sprightly 15-minute conversation punctuated frequently by hearty laughter. Prince Henry accompanied his eldest brother to Portsmouth, but Prince George, without tonsils (TIME,...

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