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. Scottish Government, The: Diamond Jubilee debates in Parliament
  2. Scottish LGBT: Diamond Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II
  3. Scottish National Party: Scottish independence
  4. Scouts: The Queen's Jubilee
  5. Sherbornetown.com: Jubilee Tour
  6. Shropshire Diamond Jubilee Pageant
  7. Sinn Fein ensuring equality in Belfast anniversaries
  8. Socialist Party: Them & Us
  9. Socialist Worker's idea for a jubilee gift
  10. Sparkle and Dark's Travelling Players: Get your wool on for the Jubilee
  11. Stanwick - Diamond Jubilee Celebration
  12. Street Party Site, The
  13. Streets Alive
  14. Student Room, The: Royal wedding, diamond jubilee, Olympics - what did we do best in?
  15. Supply Management: Diamond Jubilee slows service sector growth
  16. Surrey Lieutenancy: Diamond Jubilee
  17. Survey Association, The (TSA): Diamond Jubilee River Pageant
  18. Talking Retail: Waitrose joins with Heston Blumenthal for Queen's Diamond Jubilee picnic
  19. Thames Diamond Jubilee Pageant
  20. Tony Baldry MP: Diamond Jubilee Articles

Sites (171)

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