Foreign News: A Decent Fellow

Among the silent bones of his ancestors in the time-dimmed vaults of St. George's Chapel, Windsor Castle, they placed this week the broken body of His Royal Highness, Prince George, Duke of Kent. In the clubs and pubs the British gave him their requiescat: "He was a regular sort ... a decent fellow."

Because he was no disciple of decency for conformity's sake alone, Prince George Edward Alexander Edmund, Duke of Kent, Earl of St. Andrews and Baron Downpatrick, and youngest (39) of the four living sons of King George V and Queen Mary, got on with his countrymen. They accepted him...

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