'Planting A Red Oak', 3 March 1945, (1947). Creator: Unknown.

'Planting A Red Oak', 3 March 1945, (1947).  Creator: Unknown.

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'Planting A Red Oak', 3 March 1945, (1947). Princess Elizabeth (future Queen Elizabeth II) plants a tree, assisted by Susan, one of her Welsh corgis. The royal family planted oaks in the form of a cross in Windsor Great Park to commemorate the Red Cross Agricultural War Effort. At left is the princess' father, King George VI. From "Princess Elizabeth: The Illustrated Story of Twenty-one Years in the Life of the Heir Presumptive", by Dermot Morrah. [Odhams Press Limited, London, 1947]

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People Information

  1. Unknown, attributed to: :
  1. Queen Elizabeth II: British: Queen
  2. King George VI: British: King
People Related
  1. Dermot Morrah: British: Author, writer, journalist

  1. Photograph

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Pixel Dimensions (W x H) : 4166x5392
File Size : 65,810kb


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