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Image: King Edward VIII opening Parliament
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Description: King Edward VIII opening his first (and only) Parliament, seen here in the House of Lords. Original caption: "HIS FIRST PARLIAMENT OPENED King Edward, surrounded by Heralds and Pursuivants, preparing to leave the House of Lords."
Title: King Edward VIII opening Parliament
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