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British Empire Exhibition

The British Empire Exhibition of 1924 was intended 'to stimulate trade, to strengthen the bonds that Bind the Mother Country to her Sister and Daughter Nations, to bring all into closer touch, the one with the other, to enable all who owe allegiance to the British Flag to meet on common ground, and to know each other at at every part of the Empire is represented.' The exhibition was held at Wembley and was opened by King George V on 23 April 1924 and closed on 31 October 1925.
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