Winston Churchill announces the end of the war. (0:01)
The Queen reads the schedule: "Half past ten, Archbishop of Canterbury and Mr. Churchill."
King George VI responds to Princess Margaret. (0:03)
Princess Margaret asks Princess Elizabeth, referring to the Queen, "Does she think I’m going to end up on the front page of the Daily Mirror In the arms of a drunken sailor or something?" (0:06)Soldier Jack Hodges tells Elizabeth, "Don't worry." (0:21)
King George VI addresses the country by radio. (0:26)
Jack tells Elizabeth, referring to Soho, "Home of razor gangs and opium dens and murder Incorporated."
”Don't worry.” (0:44)
Margaret show signs of intoxication. (0:45)
George tells the queen, "No need to panic, woman." (1:03)
Margaret tells Jack’s mother Joan, "I appeared to be tipsy." (1:15)
George tells Jack, "Presumably everyone was too drunk to take any notice." (1:25)