The King´s Pilgrimage WW1 In May 1922, King George V took a very small party to visit the opening of military cemeteries in Belgium and France which culminated in Etaples. Sir Frank Fox was invited to join them and wrote an evocative account (“The King’s Pilgrimage”) accompanied by unposed photographs and an introductory verse by Rudyard Kipling.
100 years on from ‘The King’s Pilgrimage’ – the visits undertaken by her great grandfather George V to the cemeteries in France and Belgium commemorating the fallen of #WW1, The Princess Royal was in France to mark the centenary. #KingsPilgrimage https://twitter.com/RoyalFamily/status/1525514269856567296
This Limited Edition hardback book has been made available to commemorate the 100-year Anniversary of the Pilgrimage and Fox´s great-grandson Dr. Charles Goodson-Wickes, a veteran of the First Gulf War himself, contributes a new introduction to the book https://www.amazon.co.uk/Kings-Pilgrimage…/dp/0992890160/