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The Crown Season 1: The Real Events | British Pathé

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Watch our Season 2 video here: https://youtu.be/kUX6Oorl4cE

Title: The Crown Season 1: Rise of the Queen to Churchill’s Resignation

From the then Princess Elizabeth's wedding to Winston Churchill's resignation, this film documents some of the real-life events that were depicted in the Netflix series "The Crown".

“The Real Events” is a series which utilises period news reports in order to chronicle the true-life stories behind new and classic feature films and television series, such as “The Crown” and “The Great Escape”.

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(FILM IDS: 1197.11, 1477.34, 9.02, 84.01, 124.15, 66.03, 126.21, 487.08, 547.28, 557.03, 517.06)

EUROPEAN CROWNS - EUROPEAN MONARCHY (DECEMBER 2016): The Crown: The Real Events.

Music:
Death of Kings Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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