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The Queen and I: King of the royal snappers Kent Gavin chooses his favourite photos

"You don’t see the Queen crying very often. This was the first Remembrance Day service after her mother died – the Queen mother used to lay the wreath every year. The Queen stood in for her and was visibly upset. I felt quite emotional as I saw the tears roll down her face. Prince Philip has laid the wreath ever since." - Kent Gavin, the photographer.

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US History Middle School Lesson Plan: King Philip's War

US History Middle School Lesson Plan: King Philip's War -- 60 Minute Lesson Plan for Middle School Students.Key questions answered: Who was Metacom?What were the causes and effects for King Philips War?Compare and contrast the colonists and Native America

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US History Middle School Lesson Plan: King Philip's War

US History Middle School: King Philip's War 60 Minute Lesson Plan for Students. Key questions answered: Who was Metacom? What were the causes and effects for King Philips War? Compare and contrast the colonists and Native Americans views on land

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Queen calls for unity in Europe at state banquet in Berlin

In her speech, the Queen said Germany and Britain must work hard to maintain the harmony of post-war Europe

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Edward I, also known as Edward Longshanks and the Hammer of the Scots, was King of England from 1272 to 1307.

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This is Cheif Metacom of the Wampanoag tribe. He felt their way of life was threatened by the English Settlers. He decided war was the only option to save his people. He united the Nipmucks and the Narragansetts and began attacking settlements across New England. The English had to hire Mohegan and Mohawk warriors to kill Metacom. The rebellion ended soon after. This is interesting because it shows that other Native Americans would work with the English to kill other Native Americans.

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Pequot-Warrior The effect of the Pequot War was profound. Overnight the balance of power had shifted from the populous but unorganized natives to the English colonies. Henceforth [until King Philip's War] there was no combination of Indian tribes that could seriously threaten the English. The destruction of the Pequots cleared away the only major obstacle to Puritan expansion. And the thoroughness of that destruction made a deep impression on the other tribes.

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Queen Elizabeth II at 90: A look at highs, lows of her reign

FILE - In this Aug. 20, 1946 file photo, Britain's Queen Elizabeth II, then Princess Elizabeth, right, enjoys a joke with her father King George VI, in the g...

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1675-1678- King Philip's War splits the Wampanoag people into those opposing & supporting the new English colonists. Metacomet (known to the English as "King Philip") is supported by his wife's sister, Weetamoo, chief of the Pocasset tribe, against the English. After defeat, their tribes will be nearly exterminated; Metacomet's heir & wife will be sold into slavery in the Caribbean. On the other side is Awashonks, chief of the Sakonnet Wampanoag, one of the few to receive amnesty.