Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II , 1926 to 2022

The symbol of the United Kingdom of Great Britain has passed away, a symbol of the nation inseparable from the country

Elizabeth II did not influence the country’s politics, during 70 years of her reign 15 prime ministers passed, she knew both presidents and heads of world powers who considered it a great honor to be honored to meet her.

She was the head of the country, survived the World War together with the country, put on a military uniform at the age of 18 years old, the difficult years of the collapse of the empire, crises in the country and world crises. 

An entire era has ended

As the 19th century was called Victorian Britain, so the Queen is inseparable from all the events of the 20th century and the beginning of the 21st century.

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