"Moments of Majesty: Tracing the Path Through British History" Edward VIII on his accession
Our Crowned and Consecrated King and Queen in the State Coach During the Coronation Procession on 12th May 1937
HJA247932 Our Crowned and Consecrated King and Queen in the State Coach During the Coronation Procession on 12th May 1937, from The Sketch, 19th May 1937 (colour litho) by Michael, Arthur C
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"Moments of Majesty: Tracing the Path Through British History" Edward VIII on his accession, 1936 (b / w photo): A captivating glimpse into a pivotal moment as Edward VIII ascends to the throne, carrying with him the weight of duty and destiny. Queen Victoria's First Council, Kensington Palace, 1837: Stepping into her reign with grace and determination, Queen Victoria gathers her trusted advisors for her inaugural council meeting at Kensington Palace. King George V on horseback, Hyde Park, London: Mounted proudly atop his noble steed in Hyde Park, King George V symbolizes strength and stability during a time of great change in Britain's history. Battle of the Boyne 1690: Unveiling the fierce struggle that shaped an era - witness the historic Battle of the Boyne where William III triumphs over James II to secure his accession to power. Queen Elizabeth II returns to UK after death of King George: Emotions run high as Queen Elizabeth II arrives back in her homeland following the passing of her beloved father, King George VI – marking a new chapter in British history. Illustrated London News Accession of George VI, 1936 cover: Delving into nostalgia through this iconic magazine cover from 1936 captures society's fascination with witnessing Prince Albert ascend to become King George VI amidst turbulent times. Queen Mary, wife of King George V: An indomitable force by his side throughout their reign together; delve into the life and legacy left behind by Queen Mary – an influential figure who played an integral role during times both joyous and challenging. Royal Royalty British Berkshire Crowd Horses: Amidst a sea of adoring subjects gathered in Berkshire stands royal majesty personified – capturing not only regal grandeur but also a profound connection between monarchs and their people. "Your Majesty" by Mary L. Gow.