Foreign News: Burial at Windsor

Heavy indeed was the burden of Empire which events, imposed last week upon the new King.

The weather was cold but sunny on the day Sandringham sent the last remains of beloved George V on a gun carriage to the railway station, with Queen Mary, the Princess Royal and the Duchesses of York. Gloucester and Kent following sorrowfully by carriage. King Edward and his three brothers walked bareheaded the whole two and a half miles, the collars of their closely-buttoned and furlined greatcoats upturned as they approached the station.

Norfolk villagers, with tears in...

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