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... # Year Royal visitors Notes (1) 1860 Prince Albert Edward, Prince of Wales Later became King Edward VII opens Gore Park (town centre) and the Crystal Palace ... Prince Arthur, Duke of Connaught and Strathearn * (3) 1883 Prince George of Wales Later became King George V ... (4) 1901 The Duke and Duchess of Cornwall and York Later become King George V and Queen Mary ...
... This list is incomplete you can help by expanding it King George V Fields in the United Kingdom England Bedfordshire Berkshire Buckinghamshire Cambridgeshire Cornwall Cumbria Derbyshire ...
... In 1460 Ludmila was betrothed to George, only son and heir of Duke Louis IX, Duke of Bavaria-Landshut ... This marriage would have gained King George an ally in his efforts to obtain the German throne ... However, the change of the political plans of George forced him in 1461 to dissolve Ludmila's betrothal with the Bavarian prince and engaged her with the Hungarian magnate ...
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... Sovereigns and consorts who have visited include Edward VIII as Prince of Wales in 1919, King George Vl and Queen Elizabeth in 1939, and Elizabeth II and the Duke of Edinburgh, as Princess Elizabeth in 1951 and ... These include King George, Queen Elizabeth and Massey Place neighbourhoods, and Victoria, Coronation and Princess Diana parks ... Broadway Bridge would be renamed George V Bridge ...
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“When the Prince of Wales [later King George IV] and the Duke of York went to visit their brother Prince William [later William IV] at Plymouth, and all three being very loose in their manners, and coarse in their language, Prince William said to his ships crew, now I hope you see that I am not the greatest blackguard of my family.”
—Horace Walpole (17171797)
“Our king went forth to Normandy,
With grace and might of chivalry,
The God for him wrought marvellously,
Wherefore England may call and cry
Deo gratias, Deo gratias Anglia
Redde pro victoria.”
—Unknown. The Agincourt Carol (l. 16)