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The first is Princess Elizabeth Land, located across the continent in the Australian Antarctic Territory, which was named in 1931 in honour of then-Princess Elizabeth during the reign of her grandfather George V as the King of Australia. Family letters show that he could read and write in both English and German, as well as comment on political events of the time, by the age of eight. Queen Elizabeth does not eat starches either so that means no potatoes or pasta. Guyana achieved independence in 1966.  - source

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In May 2011, Americans were surprised by a sudden television appearance by President Barack Obama. Subsequent eruptions additional layers. Honeyborne, James; Brownlow, Mark (12 October 2017).  - website

In 1969 Queen Elizabeth named Prince Charles as her successor. Roosevelt had been president for more than 12 years, longer than any other person, and had led the country through some of its greatest crises to the impending defeat of Nazi Germany and within sight of the defeat of Japan as well. The remaining funds were raised by the Memorial to the Women of World War II Fund, a charitable fund based in York. Concerned for his young nephew's life, Jasper Tudor took Henry to Brittany for safety.  - source

Woodbridge, England: Boydell Press. His uncle King Constantine I was overthrown in a military revolt that ultimately led the banishment of the rest of the Greek royal family in 1922.  - said

Charles, his family, and his court fled London in July 1665 to Oxford. With a high collar and small buttons trimming the bodice, it was a modest dress designed with a Catholic ceremony in mind. Located at the center of a large moat for protection, Bodiam was built by Sir Edward Dalyngrigge and housed his descendants for hundreds of years before it was abandoned in the early 19th century.  - said
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