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Excellent website you have Mr. Dejene(assuming you made it.)! I love your link! Beautiful pictures and like all pictures of Empires, makes me wish for a subtler, more beautiful time...

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Thank you kindly.  It's all mine (spelling mistakes and typo's and all).


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1968 The funeral took place of Princess Marina, Duchess of Kent.



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They dare to bury the Lion of Ethiopia under a letrine, those communist bastards!


Not to mention the marxist dictator having strangled him in his bed because even though he was 83 and ill, he wasn't dying fast enough for their liking. That is even more shocking how he died. And yet Mingistu is still alive and living it up as head of the Zimbabwe's version of the Secret Service. How nobody has put together a team to go drag him home gagged and hog-tied to be justly tried and executed is a mystery to me. I may have my disagreements with Selassie and family, but nothing as serious as how I feel about Mingistu, the Butcher of Addis Abeba who killed many thousands of Abesha people and somehow he is allowed to still have a heartbeat of his own???  Amazing.


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1997: Diana, Princess of Wales was killed in a car crash in Paris.
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1056 - Theodora, Empress-regnant of Byzantium, dies childless. She is the last ruler of the Macedonian dynasty.

1422 - Death of Henry V, king of England and Lord of Ireland, in the small hours at Bois-de-Vincennes. His 9 month old son by Catharine de Valois accedes as Henry VI.

1569 - Birth at Fatipuhr Sikri of the future Mughal emperor, Jahangir, father of Shah Jahan. He is the son of Akbar the Great and his wife,
Princess Hira Kunwari. Jahangir's reign would be plagued by his alcohol and opiate addictions.


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1989. A statement from Buckingham Palace confirmed that Princess Anne and Captain Mark Phillips were to seperateafte 16 years of marriage.

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1969 King Idris of Libya was deposed.



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1715 - King Louis XIV of France dies after a reign of 72 years—the longest of any major European monarch.

1905 - Alberta and Saskatchewan join the Canadian confederation. (God save Her Majesty, Elizabeth II, Queen in Right of Alberta and Saskatchewan!)
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Alberta seems to be among the most publicly loyal provinces (from the outside looking in).

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Alberta seems to be among the most publicly loyal provinces (from the outside looking in).
 
Strikes me the same way. And I should probably point out that His Most Christian Majesty, Louis XIV is Canada's longest reigning Monarch. Our current Sovereign (Whom God preserve!) has a few years to go.
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1979 The funeral service for Lord Mountbatten took place at Westminster Abbey.

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1533 The future Queen Elizabeth I was born.

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1513 The Battle of Flodden Field was fought in Northumberland, in which King James IV of Scotland was killed by English troops under Thomas Howard.

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1898 Empress Elizabeth of Austria-Hungary was murdered by the Anarchist scum Luigi Lucheni

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