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Prince George, Duke of Kent (1902-1942), Naval and air force officer; son of King George V

Sitter in 159 portraits
George, Duke of Kent was the fourth son of King George V; in the navy until 1929, he was serving as a staff officer, Training Command, with the Royal Air Force when killed in an air crash.

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Princess Marina, Duchess of Kent; Prince George, Duke of Kent

by Elliott & Fry, published by J. Beagles & Co
bromide postcard print, 29 November 1934
NPG x197271


Royal group including George V and Queen Mary

by Bassano Ltd
12 x 10 inch glass negative, 1934
NPG x95792


Prince George, Duke of Kent

by Elliott & Fry
half-plate copy negative, 29 November 1934
NPG x82063


The Wedding of Princess Marina, Duchess of Kent and Prince George, Duke of Kent

by William Flower, for Elliott & Fry
half-plate negative, 29 November 1934
NPG x82087


The Duke and Duchess of Kent with their children

by Madame Yevonde, published by Raphael Tuck & Sons
bromide postcard print, 1936
NPG x198137


Royal Coronation Group

by Dorothy Wilding
bromide print, 12 May 1937
NPG x46515


Prince George, Duke of Kent

by Hugh Cecil (Hugh Cecil Saunders)
bromide print, 28 October 1938
NPG x134472


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