Foreign News: Prizes & Surprises

Because the shoulder of George V, 68. was too sore with rheumatism to bear the weight of gold epaulets. Edward of Wales plunged himself into a black bearskin beehive, waved goodbye to his father who watched from a palace window in a grey sack suit and panama hat, and took the salute at the traditional Trooping the Color on the King's birthday. All in scarlet & blue the Brigade of Guards marched stiffly past, Coldstreams, Grenadiers, Scots, Irish and Welsh. The Life Guards and the Blues rode by in their glittering breastplates, and at...

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