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s the Treaty of Versailles is signed Harry decides to mark it with a celebratory event entitled Britain at Play. Frank, his press agent, devises a competition, the prize being a trip in an aeroplane with French aviator Jacques De Sibours, who takes a shine to Violette - though she is still pining for Victor, who, suffering from Regan's rough clientele at the club, proposes to make it a high class gambling establishment. Gordon is caught in a compromising situation with Grace by Mr Crabb, but, for all his assurances, she knows Gordon will not marry her due to their social divide. Nancy on the other hand does indeed agree to wed Harry when he proposes and George, who has been helping Miss Mardle look after Ernest, persuades Mr Grove to take his son back to live with him.

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