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The British Empire Exhibition

Nature volume 113, pages 648649 (03 May 1924) | Download Citation



ON Wednesday, April 23, the greatest exhibition contrived by human hands in historic time was formally declared open. The King, who was accompanied by the Queen, drove in state to the Stadium at Wembley, where he was received by the Prince of Wales, the president of the Exhibition, and from the throne erected on the Royal dais, spoke the words which inaugurated the British Empire Exhibition.

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