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1953 - Looking across the river to Windsor Castle with the Royal Standard flying over the Tower. In the foreground are royal swans which live on the river at...
1952 - The gracious 18th century buildings of Park Street taken from a framework of sni led sailing that mark the entrance to Windsor's Long walk and ultimately...
Death of King Harold, Battle of Hastings, 1066 (1864). Harold II (c1022-1066) was nominated as his successor as King of Angles and Saxons by Edward the...
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'King William Seizing His Brother Odo', 1838. Artist: Unknown
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Aug. 08, 1959 - Home of Sovereigns: For over 850 years Windsor Castle has been the chief residence of English sovereigns
1972 - Nell Gwynn's House, now an antique shop and beyond Drury House. Nell Gwynn's house is a crooked 17th century dwelling in which the King's favourite is...
1972 - The quaint old world charm of the Ye Olde King's Head in Windsor. The King represented is King Henry VIII.The Royal Borough of Windsor in Coronation Year
William I, March 22, 1797 as Wilhelm Friedrich Ludwig of Prussia in Berlin, March 9, 1888, woodcut, Germany
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'The Battle of Hastings', (c1804). Creator: William Bromley
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The coronation of William the Conqueror, by John Cross, illustration from the magazine The Illustrated London News, volume XXXVIII, June 16, 1861
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Views around the Tower of London, a historic castle located on the north bank of the River Thames in central London. Completed in the 14th Century
Tower of London, 2011. Creator: Ethel Davies
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Death of King Harold at the Battle of Hastings, 1066 (1905). From Cassell's Illustrated History of England, Vol. I. [Cassell and Company, Limited, London, Paris
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Stephen of Blois (c1097-1154) grandson of William the Conqueror, King of England from 1135 after the death of his uncle, Henry I
RUINS OF THE OLD ABBEY CHURCH, CISTERCIAN ROYAL ABBEY OF MORTEMER, BUILT IN THE 12TH CENTURY BY HENRI I BEAUCLERC, SON OF THE WILLIAM THE CONQUEROR
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William I., in German, Friedrich Wilhelm Karl, 27 September 1781, 25 June 1864, King of Wuerttemberg and Vincent, Count Benedetti, 29 April 1817, 28 March 1900
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1953 - The King George V memorial at the foot of Windsor Castle showing on left the Royal Standard flying over the Round Tower
The deathbed decorated with flowers of the emperor William I. or Wilhelm I., 22 March 1797 9 March 1888, was King of Prussia and the first German Emperor
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View of Warwick Castle 2013. The Medieval castle was developed from an original built by William the Conqueror in 1068
'Coronation of William the Conqueror', 1925. From Highroads of History', book II: Stories from British History, published by Thomas Nelson and Sons (London
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