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.

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  1. DUP: McCrea focuses on Ulster's Diamond Jubilee Role
  2. Ebbw Vale: The Queen's Visit
  3. Edinburgh Military Tattoo Celebrates HM The Queen's 60th Year
  4. Ekklesia: Royal jubilee celebrations trigger republican protests
  5. Epsom Downs Racecourse
  6. Experience Seven: My Very Royal Experience
  7. FaceBritain Kids
  8. Flying Colours Flagmakers
  9. Get Together South Staffordshire
  10. Gordon & McPhail: Diamond Jubilee Limited Edition Scotch Whiskey
  11. Hampshire County Council: The Queen's Diamond Jubilee Celebrations
  12. Hartland Forum
  13. Heathrow Skyport: BA 747 takes to the skies with girl's Jubilee design
  14. Henley Standard: Queen to visit Henley for Diamond Jubilee
  15. High Sheriff of Hertforshire: Diamond Jubilee 2012
  16. His Royal Highness Prince Michael of Kent
  17. Horsted Keynes Diamond Jubilee Organising Committee
  18. Hull and East Riding: The Queen visits Hull ... in secret
  19. Institute of Commonwealth Studies
  20. International Police Association: Diamond Jubilee

Sites (171)

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