Princess Diana Narrates Her Land Mine TV Special

Princess Diana narrates this footage from her 1997 trip to Angola to raise awareness for the clearing of land mines. The princess talks to the innocent victims of land mine explosions. At one point, we see her twice push away the microphone of a reporter, whom she felt was being too intrusive toward one land mine victim.

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