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Something you may not have known: The coronation of King Charles III



While the North American colonists, minus Canada, tossed off the British monarchy and declared independence nearly 250 years ago, Americans still maintain a fascination with the royal family of the United Kingdom.

Just like the coronation of Elizabeth II in 1952 and the wedding of (then) Prince ...

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  1. Methinks our King Joe is even more powerful than King Charles! AND he is older by a few years! So the USA is even better than England as Monarchies go! And our Monarchy is not just ceremonial. King Joe has real powers! (He can declare good credited people shall pay higher fees when buying a home!) All Hail King Joe!

  2. Thanks for a very interesting piece.
    I did not know that King Charles III had visited here as Prince of Wales in Georgia in 1977.
    Of course, we know that former King Edward VIII, the Prince of Wales took the train and them motored through South Georgia on the way from Savannah to Florida in the early 1950s. My Dad said they went to see the Windsors arrive on the train at Nahunta!

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