A Rare Recording of Robert Baden-Powell

Narrated by: Robert Baden-Powell
Length: 5 mins
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In these two rare recordings of Robert Baden-Powell (February 22, 1857-January 8, 1941), founder and first Chief Scout of The Boy Scouts Association and founder of the Girl Guides, he extols the virtues of the Scout movement and that Scout duties are working for God and the King, helping other people, and keeping Scout law.

Public Domain (P)2017 Listen & Live Audio

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Excellent Recording!

This takes us back to the beginning of scouting. The message in this recording is clear and we all need a reminder! I recommend this be listened to by all scouts!

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Truly were an amazing man

I would recommend this recording not only for scouts, but for everyone. It truly did reinforce why I am a Boy Scout and why it matters so much. This recording has helped me rethink my purpose in life and change it for the better. Thank you Mr. Baden-Powell. You truly were an amazing man.