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British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain and Chinese Finance Minister Kong Xiangxi at a banquet prepared by Chinese Ambassador to UK Guo Taiqi, London, England, United Kingdom, May 1937Kong Xiangxi (H. H. Kung) (seated in center), Chen Shaokuan (naval officer next to Kong), and the rest of the Chinese delegation for King George VI
British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain and Chinese Finance Minister Kong Xiangxi at a banquet prepared by Chinese Ambassador to UK Guo Taiqi, London, England, United Kingdom, May 1937Kong Xiangxi (H. H. Kung) (seated in center), Chen Shaokuan (naval officer next to Kong), and the rest of the Chinese delegation for King George VI's coronation ceremony, London, England, May 1937
Series of portraits of Kong Xiangxi (H. H. Kung) in full dress during King George VIUK Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain, Chinese Finance Minister Kong Xiangxi, Chinese Ambassador to UK Guo Taiqi, UK Foreign Secretary Anthony Eden, Chinese Admiral Chen Shaokuan, and former UK Ambassador to China Alexander Cadogan, London, UK, May 1937
Series of portraits of Kong Xiangxi (H. H. Kung) in full dress during King George VI's coronation ceremony, London, England, United Kingdom, May 1937UK Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain, Chinese Finance Minister Kong Xiangxi, Chinese Ambassador to UK Guo Taiqi, UK Foreign Secretary Anthony Eden, Chinese Admiral Chen Shaokuan, and former UK Ambassador to China Alexander Cadogan, London, UK, May 1937
King George VI of the United Kingdom with Canadian Prime Minister Mackenzie King at the Buckingham Palace, London, England, United Kingdom, 11 May 1937Ba Maw in traditional Burmese clothing at King George VI coronation, Westminster Abbey, London, England, United Kingdom, 12 May 1937
King George VI of the United Kingdom with Canadian Prime Minister Mackenzie King at the Buckingham Palace, London, England, United Kingdom, 11 May 1937Ba Maw in traditional Burmese clothing at King George VI coronation, Westminster Abbey, London, England, United Kingdom, 12 May 1937
King George VI, Queen Elizabeth, and the Princesses Elizabeth and Margaret of the United Kingdom appear on the balcony of Buckingham Palace on the king’s coronation day, London, England, United Kingdom, 12 May 1937British Prime Minister Chamberlain proclaiming
King George VI, Queen Elizabeth, and the Princesses Elizabeth and Margaret of the United Kingdom appear on the balcony of Buckingham Palace on the king’s coronation day, London, England, United Kingdom, 12 May 1937British Prime Minister Chamberlain proclaiming 'peace for our time' before the press at Heston Aerodrome near London, England, United Kingdom, 30 Sep 1938; note the Munich Agreement in his hand
British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain approaching press microphones at Heston Aerodrome near London, England, United Kingdom, upon his return from the Munich Conference, 30 Sep 1938. Note 2 Lockheed Super Electras.Antonia Kelly and others at the launch party of HMS Kelly, Hawthorn Leslie yard, Hebburn, England, United Kingdom, 25 Oct 1938
British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain approaching press microphones at Heston Aerodrome near London, England, United Kingdom, upon his return from the Munich Conference, 30 Sep 1938. Note 2 Lockheed Super Electras.Antonia Kelly and others at the launch party of HMS Kelly, Hawthorn Leslie yard, Hebburn, England, United Kingdom, 25 Oct 1938
Launching of HMS Kelly at the Hawthorn Leslie yard, 25 Oct 1938Prince George, the Duke of Kent, escorted by Captain Louis Mountbatten, inspecting HMS Kelly at Devonport, England, United Kingdom, date unknown
Launching of HMS Kelly at the Hawthorn Leslie yard, 25 Oct 1938Prince George, the Duke of Kent, escorted by Captain Louis Mountbatten, inspecting HMS Kelly at Devonport, England, United Kingdom, date unknown
Wellesley Mark I K7740 of Torpedo Development Unit, Gosport, Hampshire, late 1930sKing George VI of the United Kingdom delivering his radio address announcing Britain’s entry into the war with Germany, Buckingham Palace, London, England, UK, Sept 3, 1939 [staged press photo].
Wellesley Mark I K7740 of Torpedo Development Unit, Gosport, Hampshire, late 1930sKing George VI of the United Kingdom delivering his radio address announcing Britain’s entry into the war with Germany, Buckingham Palace, London, England, UK, Sept 3, 1939 [staged press photo].
Typed script of the radio address King George VI of the United Kingdom delivered announcing Britain’s entry into the war with Germany, Buckingham Palace, London, England, UK, Sept 3, 1939. Page 1 of 2.Typed script of the radio address King George VI of the United Kingdom delivered announcing Britain’s entry into the war with Germany, Buckingham Palace, London, England, UK, Sept 3, 1939. Page 2 of 2.
Typed script of the radio address King George VI of the United Kingdom delivered announcing Britain’s entry into the war with Germany, Buckingham Palace, London, England, UK, Sept 3, 1939. Page 1 of 2.Typed script of the radio address King George VI of the United Kingdom delivered announcing Britain’s entry into the war with Germany, Buckingham Palace, London, England, UK, Sept 3, 1939. Page 2 of 2.
German He 111 medium bomber after crash landing near Humbie, Scotland, United Kingdom, 28 Oct 1939. This bomber was on a reconnaissance mission when it was shot down by British fighters.The British Royal family leaving Buckingham Palace to spend Christmas at their country house, Dec 1939. Note King George VI (right), Queen Elizabeth, and the Princesses Elizabeth (left) and Margaret.
German He 111 medium bomber after crash landing near Humbie, Scotland, United Kingdom, 28 Oct 1939. This bomber was on a reconnaissance mission when it was shot down by British fighters.The British Royal family leaving Buckingham Palace to spend Christmas at their country house, Dec 1939. Note King George VI (right), Queen Elizabeth, and the Princesses Elizabeth (left) and Margaret.
Damaged HMS Kelly at Hawthorn Leslie yard, Hebburn, England, United Kingdom, 1940M.9A Master I aircraft at rest at RAF Cranfield, England, United Kingdom, date unknown
Damaged HMS Kelly at Hawthorn Leslie yard, Hebburn, England, United Kingdom, 1940M.9A Master I aircraft at rest at RAF Cranfield, England, United Kingdom, date unknown

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