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    Queen Elizabeth II Where was queen Elizabeth born? Mayfair, London, United Kingdom. How old is she? Right now she is 90. When is her birthday? April 21, 1926. How tall is she? 5’4”. Who is her spouse? Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh. How many kids does the queen have? Four, Charles, prince of Wales. Anne, princess Royal. Prince Andrew, duke of York. Prince Edward,earl of Wessex. How many grandchildren does the queen have? 8, William, Harry, Peter, James, Eugene,Zara,Beatrice,and Louise. How many great grandchildren does she have 3, Savanna, Isla, and George. Queens and kings from England of 1066. For how many states was she queen? 3, United Kingdom, Canada, and New Zealand since February 6, 1952. Who is queen Elizabeth? Elizabeth has, and is queen of the United Kingdom to this day in 2017. Who is…

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    Elizabeth II was not guaranteed the royal crown considering her father was the second heir, after his eldest brother, Edward VIII. Despite the odds Elizabeth became queen following her father's death in 1952. Although becoming queen was not in Elizabeth’s favor, she has graciously accepted the royal throne for sixty-five years, making her the longest reigning queen in the British Monarch, whilst dodging threats and scandals, elegantly serving the British, with respect from people all over the…

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    Queen Elizabeth II was born on April 21, 1926 in London, United Kingdom. She was born to George VI, which later died in 1952. Elizabeth then immediately ascended the throne in 1952, which starts her reign of the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand. She married the Duke of Edinburgh in 1947, and had Prince Charles, heir to the throne, in 1948. She is known for her longest serving monarchy in the history of Great Britain and for her service in World War II. Elizabeth has been the…

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    her mother, Anne Boylan, for she was beheaded before the people for being “unfaithful” to the king. The main reason was Anne Boylan could not fulfill an empty promise to give him a son, but instead a baby girl who is forever known as Queen Elizabeth the I (Neale). Looking further in depth, Queen Elizabeth forever changed the history of the United Kingdom by her…

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    history is Sir Winston Churchill. Winston Churchill, who is best known for his political and strategic roles as British Prime Minister, was born in Blenheim Palace, Woodstock, Oxfordshire, England, on November 30th, 1874. As a young man he joined the British army as an officer, and after a slow start quickly moved upwards in the ranks. In 1940 he secured his position as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, and remained in this position for five years. This paper will explore his progression…

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    Double Standard Of Woman

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    heaviest weight is 54 kg. Calculating BMI, it would lead the results being underweight, that is dangerous for their health. But still there are millions of girls whose dream is modeling as this job requires only good looks and salary is high. It’s known to everybody that women are paid less then men. And usually can’t have high positions of jobs unless you’re incredible at this. Pew Research center survey showed that women usually get pain only 88% of men’s salary on average. There are only…

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    strong man’s man. Mistress Shore is smart and strong, and even cunning. A woman in the time period Shore lived in had very little, and what they did have, was usually owed to their male counter part. However, in Shore’s case she realizes that what she still has is her sexualllity and she employs it effectively, and at great lengths in order to improve her and her family 's situation, and position in society, This is quite the opposite of how most women are thought of during the time period,…

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    In fact, he was right Lucy could never stay one hundred percent true to him even if he was a king for when he left to try to get into his kingdom from Ireland, she took hold of another lover. Meanwhile Minette was watching her beloved cousin Louis 16th get married to Marie-Therese at this time she fancied herself in love with him and yet he did not know that he himself would regret not marrying her instead. Five months Louis brother Philippe I, Duke of Orléans took an interest in her due to the…

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    of years ago, in a completely different world is utterly amazing. History affects our past, present, and eventually our future. Now take a moment to think of what life was like back in the 1500’s compared to what life is like now. We cannot hop into a time machine and literally meet the people of the past. However, if I could, I would choose to go back and share a cup of tea with the one and only Elizabeth Tudor, Queen of the Golden Age. Elizabeth Tudor is considered by many to be the greatest…

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    Princess Eulogy Analysis

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    The Guardian posted on the eulogy, “Earl Spencer used it to come as near as anyone has done within Britain since 1745 to raising the rebel standard against the monarchy. His address was not a eulogy, but a battle cry” (Engel, 1997). The royal family was already receiving backlash from the people for the lack of grieving over Diana’s death. The Queen had already begun to break protocols to appease the people, for example, lowering the Union Jack to fly at half-staff and there was also the highly…

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