Crowds jeered and booed when King Edward drove in state through Paris
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|The Edwardians: When Britannia Ruled the Waves. Crowds jeered and booed when King Edward drove in state through Paris with President Loubet but the king's good-natured reaction soon brought a friendly response from the people. Original artwork from Look and Learn no. 580 (24 February 1973).
|Richard Hook, English (1938–2010)
|© Look and Learn
|Edwardian King Edward president Loubet France crowd anger jeering booing carriage horses guards armour top hat precession lamp Crowds jeered booed drove state Paris Richard Hook
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