Queen's Diamond Jubilee, 2012

This is a special collection of websites selected by the Royal Archives, the British Library and the Institute of Historical Research around a subject of topical interest and national importance to the UK, the Diamond Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II, 2012. The collection includes archived copies of websites produced by the Royal Household together with a wide range of related material such as Blogs, commentaries and news articles.

Sites (171)

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  1. Blue Peter Meets the Queen
  2. BoingBoing: Ma'amite is Jubilee Marmite
  3. Boys Brigade, The: Queen's Diamond Jubilee 2012
  4. Bradford District Faiths Forum, Inter Faith Network Circular: The Queen's Diamond Jubilee
  5. British Future research finds Welsh are most excited about Queen's Jubilee
  6. British Monarchy on Facebook, The
  7. British Monarchy on Twitter, The
  8. Business Link: The Queen's Diamond Jubilee in 2012
  9. Campaign for a Diamond Jubilee Medal
  10. Castle of Mey, the Queen Mother's Home in Caithness
  11. Catholic Herald: Articles related to the Queen's Diamond Jubilee 2012
  12. Central Council of Church Bell Ringers (CCCBR)
  13. Central Council of Church Bell Ringers: The Queen's Diamond Jubilee
  14. Cestrian Scout Group
  15. Cheshire Lieutenancy
  16. Chris Seddon Weddings: The Queens Diamond Jubilee Tour Leicester
  17. Christianity Uncut: Calling for real jubilee
  18. Church of England: The Big Jubilee Thank You
  19. Civic Honours Competions (Queen's Jubilee 2012)
  20. Cllr Mark McKinty - Larne Borough Council: Ulster Unionists help plant out Jubilee Park

Sites (171)

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