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Life lessons from chess
Chess is a game that has been around for over 1,400 years. The strategy involved within the game are strategies that can be used within life to maintain balance. Moves must be plotted ahead of time, which causes a player to become more of a long-range thinker instead of being swayed by instant gratification of always being on the attack. Defense in chess must be balanced with offense in order to be victorious.
The Prince of Wales Title: Then and Now
Since the death of her majesty, Queen Elizabeth II, the title Prince of Wales has been constantly in the news. When her son, Prince Charles, ascended the throne and passed on the title to his eldest son and heir, Prince William. With this title being so present in the media, I thought it would be interesting to take a look at where it originated, who has held it, and what its significance is in British history. This time we will take a look at the Welsh-born Princes of Wales. In later articles, we will discuss other English holders of the title Prince of Wales. Such as Arthur Tudor.
King George III: The Mad King with a Good Heart
King George III reigned as the King of Great Britain and Ireland from 1760 until his death in 1820. He was the third British monarch from the House of Hanover and the first to be born in England and to use English as his first language. George is best known for his role during the American Revolutionary War and (thanks to the recent Netflix series on Queen Charlotte} his successful and happy marriage to Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz. By all reports, the king and queen had an unusually happy marriage, and George III was a very devoted father and husband. In this article, we will be discussing his ubringing, acession, and marriage.
King Charles III Loses Millions of Dollars: Devaluation and High Living Costs
Sovereign Estate Woes: Property Devaluation Amid Cost of Living Crisis. In a sobering reminder of the economic ripple effects of the ongoing cost of living crisis, the King's London property portfolio, part ofThe Crown Estate, has faced a severe financial blow.
Part 2: Queen Catherine of Aragon: Warrior, Humanitarian, Activist, Strategist
Infanta Catalina de Aragon, her early teen years, and a royal engagement. Welcome back, my fellow time trippers. Last we left off our dear Catherine had reached her teen years and a royal engagement with the Tudor Prince Arthur was in the works. Let’s see what happens. Time Trip setting Granada Spain late 1490’s early 1500’s.
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With the popularity of the new Netflix show Queen Charlotte, (the latest incarnation of the Bridgerton universe), I thought it would be nice to explore the real Queen Charlotte. Let's see what history has to say about this very interesting woman in British history.
Prince Harry's Weird Behaviour at the New Monarch’s Coronation
The picture-perfect lives of royalties are the absolute example of the expression, "The grass always looks greener from afar." Where the new king's coronation was the town's talk, spectators couldn't help but notice that the younger son of their beloved late Lady Diana was an odd man out at the ceremony. And there is so much more to the story than the Royals are willing to admit.
A New Era in British Monarchy: The Coronation of King Charles the Third
The Royal family has ruled over Britain for countless years now, centuries to be precise. As the Queen of England, Elizabeth II, died right before her 70th coronation anniversary, it was time for the Prince and monarch of Canada to take over. Prince Charles III, a worthy heir to the throne, took over his title as a King after his mother's unfortunate parting from the world. His coronation to attain the official title was held on 6th May in a lavish and deeply religious ceremony, abiding by the laws and customs of the monarch.
The History of The British Coronation Ceremony
On the eve of Great Britain's first coronation in over 70 years, I thought it would be interesting to. take a look back at the origins of this ancient and history steeped ceremony. It is a rich and complex tradition that dates back over a thousand years. In this article, we will explore the history and development of the British coronation ceremony, from its early origins to the present day.
This Majestic Cat is the King of the Sofa
This Majestic Cat is the King of the Sofa
A teenage king suffering from leprosy defended Jerusalem against an attack during the medieval era
King Baldwin IV of JerusalemCredit: Guillermo de Tiro; CC-BY-SA-4.0 The Kingdom of Jerusalem was considered to be a Crusader state from 1098 to 1291. It covered the regions that are now Israel, Palestine, the West Bank, and the Gaza Strip.