Elizabeth II, engineering policy - The Point

The tone is sober, reassuring, and devoid of lyricism, or of laying martial. The diction is clear, simple eloquence. The green dress, the color of hope, the pin

Elizabeth II, engineering policy - The Point

The tone is sober, reassuring, and devoid of lyricism, or of laying martial. The diction is clear, simple eloquence. The green dress, the color of hope, the pin discrete with and the necklace of three rows of pearls, supported the message of courage in the face of adversity.

Released on April 5, in order to encourage his subjects to show themselves equal to the challenge posed by the pandemic of sars coronavirus, the speech to the nation and the Commonwealth of Elizabeth II's objective was to boost the morale of his subjects in the face of the scourge. His Majesty wrote with his own hand and without the countersignature ministers this text c...

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Updated Date: 04 July 2020, 04:33

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