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Richard Jordan (RAF Officer) - Royal Observer Corps
... In April 1949 Jordan was additionally appointed Aide de Camp to King George VI ... Jordan formally invited His Majesty King George VI to assume the position of Air Commodore in Chief of the ROC ... of service during the twenty-five years of its existence, His Majesty King George VI honoured the Corps by accepting the invitation ...
Sadler's Wells (horse) - Stud Record - Notable Progeny
... Epsom Oaks, Irish Derby, Prix Vermeille 1988 Opera House s Coronation Cup, Eclipse Stakes, King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes 1988 Saddler's Hall s Coronation Cup 1989 El Prado s National Stakes ... Taylor Stakes 1995 King of Kings s National Stakes, 2000 Guineas 1995 Leggera m Prix Vermeille 1996 Commander Collins s Racing Post Trophy 1996 Daliapour s Coronation Cup, Hong Kong Vase 1996 Montjeu s ... g Queen Elizabeth II Cup 2000 Brian Boru s Racing Post Trophy, St Leger Stakes 2000 Doyen s King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes 2000 ...
Barton Bank - Racing Career
... classic battle with Bradbury Star for the King George crown ... Barton Bank went to the 1994 King George VI Chase well supported ... Peter Scudamore said about his King George fall 'He just does not shorten' ...
List Of Godchildren Of Members Of The British Royal Family - King George VI
... Olga Christabel of Kent (born 1936) Henry George Victor John Crichton, Viscount Crichton, later 6th Earl Erne (born 1937) The Hon Elizabeth Georgiana Anson (born 1941) Prince William Henry ...
Canadian Silver Dollar - Varieties - 1947 - Pointed Seven
... with a dot near the 7 Pointed 7 with a double punched HP under the effigy of His Majesty King George VI Pointed 7 with a triple punched HP under the effigy ...

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    The poorest man may in his cottage bid defiance to all the forces of the Crown. It may be frail—its roof may shake—the wind may blow through it—the storm may enter—the rain may enter—but the King of England cannot enter!—all his forces dare not cross the threshold of the ruined tenement!
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