[37] The newly formed British Broadcasting Company wished to record and broadcast the event on radio, but the Abbey Chapter vetoed the idea (although the Dean, Herbert Edward Ryle, was in favour). 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[74] The first night of the Blitz on London, on 7 September 1940, killed about one thousand civilians, mostly in the East End. 31, 44, Judd, pp. The Statute of Westminster 1931 had already acknowledged the evolution of the Dominions into separate sovereign states. As Edward was unmarried and had no children, Albert was the heir presumptive to the throne. [58] There was no Durbar held in Delhi for George VI, as had occurred for his father, as the cost would have been a burden to the Government of India. [11] Queen Victoria died on 22 January 1901, and the Prince of Wales succeeded her as King Edward VII. [95] Despite the tour, Smuts lost the election the following year, and the new government instituted a strict policy of racial segregation. [113][114], The George Cross and the George Medal were founded at the King's suggestion during the Second World War to recognise acts of exceptional civilian bravery. In January 1950, he ceased to be King of India when it became a full republic within the Commonwealth and recognised his new title of Head of the Commonwealth; he remained King of Pakistan until his death. George became known as a symbol of British determination to win the war. https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/George_VI_of_the_United_Kingdom He was also Emperor of India from 1936 until 1947, when the British Raj was dissolved. [14] He was rated as a midshipman aboard HMS Collingwood on 15 September 1913. [23] Following the disbanding of the Independent Air Force in November 1918, he remained on the Continent for two months as an RAF staff officer until posted back to Britain. Jorge VI de Windsor (Albert Frederick Arthur George; Sandringham House, 14 de diciembre de 1895-ibídem, 6 de febrero de 1952) fue rey del Reino Unido y sus dominios de ultramar desde el … [17], In February 1918 he was appointed Officer in Charge of Boys at the Royal Naval Air Service's training establishment at Cranwell. Jorge VI del Reino Unido (14 de diciembre de 1895 – 6 de febrero de 1952) rey del Reino Unido y sus dominios de ultramar. Less than a year later, on 11 December 1936, Edward abdicated in order to marry his mistress, Wallis Simpson, who was divorced from her first husband and divorcing her second.
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