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The notes transcribed from the back of this photograph are as follows: ROYAL FAMILY GREAT BRITAIN Queen (Mother) Elizabeth PASSED BY CENSOR. KING AND QUEEN SEEN CANADIANS IN TRAINING. THE KING AND QUEEN YESTERDAY JUNE 8 VISITED A SOUTHERN AREA ENCAMPMENT INSPECTING REGIMENTS OF THE CANADIAN ACTIVE SERVICE FORCE. ASSOCIATED PRESS PHOTO SHOWS: THE QUEEN [QUEEN ELIZABETH, LATER THE QUEEN MOTHER] INTERESTED IN A TORONTO SCOTTISH MACHINE GUN CREW IN TRAINING WHILE THE KING [GEORGE VI] CHATS TO MAJOR GENERAL A.G.L. MCNAUGHTON DURING THE VISIT. 9/6/40 [1940?] The notes written and typed on the back of this photograph, from the time it was printed, are as follows: ROYAL FAMILY GREAT BRITAIN Queen (Mother) Elizabeth PASSED BY CENSOR. KING AND QUEEN SEEN CANADIANS IN TRAINING. THE KING AND QUEEN YESTERDAY JUNE 8 VISITED A SOUTHERN AREA ENCAMPMENT INSPECTING REGIMENTS OF THE CANADIAN ACTIVE SERVICE FORCE. ASSOCIATED PRESS PHOTO SHOWS: THE QUEEN [QUEEN ELIZABETH, LATER THE QUEEN MOTHER] INTERESTED IN A TORONTO SCOTTISH MACHINE GUN CREW IN TRAINING WHILE THE KING [GEORGE VI] CHATS TO MAJOR GENERAL A.G.L. MCNAUGHTON DURING THE VISIT. 9/6/40 [1940?]August 3, 1944, transparent
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ROYAL FAMILY GREAT BRITAIN Queen (Mother) Elizabeth PASSED BY CENSOR. KING AND QUEEN SEEN CANADIANS IN TRAINING. THE KING AND QUEEN YESTERDAY JUNE 8 VISITED A SOUTHERN AREA ENCAMPMENT INSPECTING REGIMENTS OF THE CANADIAN ACTIVE SERVICE FORCE. ASSOCIATED PRESS PHOTO SHOWS: THE QUEEN [QUEEN ELIZABETH, LATER THE QUEEN MOTHER] INTERESTED IN A TORONTO SCOTTISH MACHINE GUN CREW IN TRAINING WHILE THE KING [GEORGE VI] CHATS TO MAJOR GENERAL A.G.L. MCNAUGHTON DURING THE VISIT. 9/6/40 [1940?]
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