GREAT BRITAIN: The Crown

After weeks of serious illness. His Majesty George V left Bognor-on-Sea last week to go home.

Without ceremony, three automobiles drew up before Sir Arthur (Dunlop tires) Du Cros's comfortable stucco Craigwell House. Standing by the door were butlers, footmen, cooks, grooms, gardeners, royal marines—all who had served and guarded the King during his illness. Through the door came Their Majesties, snugly buttoned up, and as they passed down the line each servant received either a gold stickpin or a pair of gold cufflinks, blue enameled with the royal monogram. Into the...

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