A Prince amongst men (Print 2347540)
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The police kept the peace when the Prince of Wales visited Bridgeton in 1933, holding back cheering crowds on Main Street.
His Royal Highness, later to abdicate, was beginning a three-day tour of Scotland's industrial belt, with engagements from Clydebank to Dundee and Fife.
The visit, said the Glasgow Herald, was undertaken “to show his sympathy with the movement to promote mutual service work and to provide facilities for social recreation among the unemployed. His Royal Highness has previously demonstrated his interest in this beneficent activity by visits to English districts hard hit by the industrial depression. The visit was of a kind that brought the Prince close to the citizen democracy. He was everywhere enthusiastically received ...”
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