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The Queen Opens Up On How Wearing The Crown Could Break Her Neck

A Youtube Video from the Royal Reviewer channel on Queen Elizabeth on wearing the Imperial State Crown and some information on it

This Day in History

On This Day in History in 1945 US Major General issued Public Proclamation 21 ordering the end of the Japanese Internment Camps.  In 1988 President Reagan would sign a bill giving each surviving internee $20,000 tax free dollars and an apology from the US government

This Day in History

On This Day in History US President Woodrow Wilson arrived in France to take part in the peace negotiations following WW1 and to promote his idea of the League of Nations in an attempt to create an international organization to promote peace.

This Day in History

In 1901 the First Nobel Prices were awarded on the fifth anniversary of Alfred Nobel’s death.  Most of his fortune went to creating a fund who, for the preceding year, had conferred the greatest benefit to mankind.  It is believed that he did this out of his regret for what his inventions did when used for war.

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