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Summary: King George V inspects Royal Marine cadets and officers of the Dover Patrol at Deal, 1917 (?).
I. The King, in Field Marshal's uniform, with a number of Royal Marine officers also in khaki, inspects the cadets. Older cadets are drawn up on parade in blues for a drill demonstration. Another group does physical training. Young cadets march past the King and establishment staff at a table covered with Union Jacks (one upside down). A posed group of the King with the staff. Cadets in blues on an assault training course. II. The King presents medals to three officers of the Dover Patrol (not identified).