'King George at the Cemetery Passchendaele', 11 May 1922
King George V visiting the battlefields of France and Belgium and the cemeteries and memorials being built to commemorate the dead of World War One (1914-1918). Field Marshal Sir Douglas Haig can be seen just behind the King.
From an album of photographs compiled by Brigadier Bowcher Campbell Stenhouse Clarke DSO (1882-1986).
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National Army Museum, Study collection
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