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Elizabeth II: 65 years of history

Featured image: A young Elizabeth; her husband, the Duke of Edinburgh; and her children on the balcony of Buckingham Palace

Friday, 9 June 2018, London, UK –¬† 1,268 more words

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The City Of London

(Excerpted from Chapter 6: The City of London: Illuminati Agenda 21: The Luciferian Plan To Destroy Creation)

Also known as the Crown, the one square mile City of London is contained within London proper and is a separate entity from both London and the UK. 901 more words

Dean Henderson

Days of satirical and blunders

It’s a long distance call…

Blame the oxygen depriving recycled air, for “the way we look to us all, Oh yeah”

Muddles:

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Embarking from #Folkestone update 05/06/2018.

A little on June 1918. Found another draft for the Welsh Guards, Draft No.33. drafts 35 and 37 also embarked from Folkestone, Although not in June. 294 more words

Embarking from #Folkestone #FWW

The list continues to grow, so does the word count, over 90,000 words. The working title is misleading, “Poppies to Oblivion” the vast majority returned. 435 more words

Today marks the 65th Anniversary of the Coronation of Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II.

Today marks the 65th Anniversary of the Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II. On 2nd June 1953, Her Majesty became the 39th Sovereign to be crowned at Westminster Abbey, where every Coronation since 1066 has taken place. 238 more words

A speech given by Joseph Chamberlain MP, Colonial Secretary, to the Royal Colonial Institute on 31 March 1897

A speech given by Joseph Chamberlain MP, Colonial Secretary, to the Royal Colonial Institute on 31 March 1897.

It seems to me that there are three distinct stages in our imperial history. 1,487 more words

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