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Heads of State from more than fifty countries attended a V-E Day
Banquet in London on Saturday (6/5). Britain's Queen Elizabeth II
hosted the banquet, the biggest gathering of Heads of State since
her own coronation in 1953. King Hussein of Jordan, the longest
reigning monarch invited, was a guest of honour. Reflecting the
spirit of reconciliation that is a feature of the celebrations,
German Chancellor Helmut Kohl was among the guests. Also present
were United States vice President Al Gore and his wife Tipper.
Leading politicians were invited, among them former British Prime
Minister, Margaret Thatcher.
00:00 Car sweeps up
00:21 Major and Lord Mayor
00:25 Archbishop of Canterbury
00:31 Margaret Thatcher
00:36 Guards at doorway
00:39 Pikemen on stairs
00:43 Gores out of car
00:54 Rear view of Gores meeting Major
00:55 CU Gore and Major
01:03 Franjo Tudjman greets Major
01:16 Helmut Kohl rear shot
01:18 MS Kohl greeted by Major
01:33 King Hussein and Queen Noor of Jordan
01:39 Prince Charles, Prince Philip and Duchess of Kent
01:50 Prince Charles greeted by Lord Mayor
02:03 Prince Charles, Prince Andrew, Prince Edward
02:17 Queen's car pulls up
02:29 Queen enters
02:43 VISION ENDS
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I was at the palace for the VE50 Celebrations with the Queen Mother, Princess Margaret and the Queen on the balcony and Vera Lynn, Harry Seacombe and Cliff Richard on a stage in the palace gates. A Lancaster bomber flew over and dropped a million poppies on us.
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