GREAT BRITAIN: The Crown: Jul. 3, 1933

Blushes stained the cheeks of Guards officers and Scotland Yard officials royal scarlet last week. At Windsor Castle, Guardsman Harris of Edward of Wales's own Welsh Guards was court-martialed for falling asleep at his post while the King and Queen were in residence! "I felt ill, sir." said Guardsman .Harris, "and everything went black-like in front of me." At Buckingham Palace sneak thieves sneaked into the Royal Mews and stole from the hooks where it hung the solid gold bosses, buckles, and bangles that glitter on the scarlet leather harness of the...

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