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Old 01-05-2013, 03:18 PM
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Thanks nascarlucy, tou are the only one seemed to understand mt 'crazy' idea..I am looking forward for more views like this..
IMHO this is a very interesting topic and I'm very glad that you shared it here.

Consider HM QEII, George VI and the Duke of Windsor/Edward VIII meeting with those monarchs who literally battled each other during the War of the Roses. Imagine them discussing the abdication crisis with Edward IV and his brothers.

Also would the truth behind Edward V and his brother's death finally be revealed?
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Old 01-05-2013, 03:29 PM
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Consider HM QEII, George VI and the Duke of Windsor/Edward VIII meeting with those monarchs who literally battled each other during the War of the Roses. Imagine them discussing the abdication crisis with Edward IV and his brothers.

Also would the truth behind Edward V and his brother's death finally be revealed?
Ya in those days brothers exploited each others shortcomings and fought publicly for power. Nowadays brothers are standing up for each other, making up for each others' shortcomings in order to hold up whatever 'power' they have. Making monarchy constitutional has atleat done good for family life of royals
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Old 01-16-2013, 01:18 AM
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Exactly, and I wonder how do they judge the Queen's 'passivity' throughout all these enents..just letting the things happen..As far as I know the only 'active' part of her was to 'advice' Charles and Diana to divorce ASAP, that too after all hell broke loose .
Victoria, George V have always taken very active lead in family matters..Will they agree with the Queen's passivity..her policy of 'non-interference in kids' marriages'?
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It would be nice if Kings Henry III, Edward I, and Edward III could visit Elizabeth II and then see the paintings at the National Gallery.
Art was very important to some previous monarchs.
George I was a patron of the arts.
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