Looking at London Quotes

Narrator: Yes, this is Post-war London, the mother city of the British Empire, where the mantle of peace has again fallen over a war-weary people. London: city of tradition wherein once dwelt William the Conqueror, Henry VIII, Cromwell, Milton, Chaucer, Shakespeare, and thousands of others whose names have all become traditions throughout the world. London: hub of British culture where the historic Thames still flows uninterrupted on its ancient course under famous bridges, some old, some new, and some blitzed. Yes, there has been a war here, the worst war in the history of the British Empire, and we will soon see material evidence of it, but the spirit of Britain survives and the old Union Jack waves triumphantly over the land.

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