The Queen by HDD
Created on March 4, 2022
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What major events did the Queen witness ?
Role of the Queen in the UK and the Commonwealth
Today, let’s talk about the Commonwealth. (Full
name - The Commonwealth of Nations). It is a
group of 54 independent Member States, most of
whom are former British Empire countries. The
exceptions are Rwanda and Mozambique.
Like the British Empire once did, the
Commonwealth today spans the world. Ninety
four per cent of the Commonwealth is in Africa
and Asia. It covers nearly one third of the world
and has over 2.1 billion people in it. This is
almost a third of the world’s population...
One of the most populous countries in the
Commonwealth is India. The smallest member is
Tuvalu, with about 10,000 people. The three
largest countries are India, Canada and
Australia. Nauru, an island country in Micronesia
in the South Pacific, is the newest member.
The Queen is Head of the Commonwealth. In
2012, The Queen celebrated 60 years as its head.
In fact, the British royal family unifies the
The royal family: who is who ? How does the line of succession work ? Why are they still here ?
What has already been organised ?
What will happen and when ?