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What if there had been no Edward VIII of Great Britain? What if (Prince Albert) George VI had been the oldest child of and son of Prince George, Duke of York (King George V) and Princess Mary, Duchess of York?
 
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The May 6, 1960 Wedding of Princess Margaret Rose and Antony Armstrong-Jones was the first televised royal wedding.
 
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Princess Anne of Great Britain received the title of Princess Royal from her mother Queen Elizabeth II in June 1987.
 
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In 1604 King James I of England proclaimed that smoking was harmful to the lungs. He had a tax on tobacco imposed.
 
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When war broke out in 1914, Queen Elisabeth of Belgium worked with the nurses on the front and helped establish the Symphony Orchestra of the field army.
 
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The Hungarian crown of Saint Stephen (King Stephen I of Hungary) was returned to Hungary.

 
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The first ever Royal Christmas Broadcast was broadcasted from Sandringham and spoken by King George V of Great Britain.

 
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In 1440, King Henry VI of England established the King's College of Our Lady of Eton, later known as Eton College.
In 1441, King Henry VI laid the foundation stone for King's College, Cambridge.
 

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