Queen Elizabeth

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  • Birth of Elizabeth Alexandra Mary

    Birth of Elizabeth Alexandra Mary
    She was born in London, England.
  • Second World War

    Second World War
    From September 1939, with the outbreak of World War II, Elizabeth and her younger sister, Margaret, remained at Balmoral Castle, Scotland, until Christmas 1939, when they moved to Sandringham House
  • Marriage

    Marriage
    Elizabeth marry Prince Philip of Greece and Denmark
  • Coronation of Elizabeth II

    Coronation of Elizabeth II
  • Continuing evolution of the Commonwealth

    Continuing evolution of the Commonwealth
    She became the first reigning monarch of Australia and New Zealand to visit those nations
  • Silver Jubilee

    Silver Jubilee
    Elizabeth marked the Silver Jubilee of her accession. Parties and events took place throughout the Commonwealth, many coinciding with her associated national and Commonwealth tours.
  • The Queen became the first British monarch

    The Queen became the first British monarch
    In the wake of coalition victory in the Gulf War, the Queen became the first British monarch to address a joint meeting of the United States Congress
  • Princess Diana die

    Ex-wife of Prince Charles, in a traffic accident in Paris
  • - Inauguration of the Autonomous Assembly of Wales

    - Inauguration of the Autonomous Assembly of Wales
  • Queen Elizabeth’s mom death

    Queen Elizabeth’s mom death
    The queen mother, Elizabeth, dies at 101
  • Delivers a speech in the capital

    Delivers a speech in the capital
    Three days after the terrorist attacks in London, he delivers a speech in the capital as a tribute to the veterans of World War II on the 60th anniversary of its end.
  • Inauguration of the Olimpia Games

    Inauguration of the Olimpia Games
    In whose ceremony a film is screened in which his arrival at Stratford Stadium is recreated by parachuting with James Bond from a helicopter.
  • Elizabeth II closes her last official visit outside her country

    And fifth to Germany, in the former Nazi concentration camp of Bergen-Belsen, liberated in 1945 by British soldiers.