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Buckingham Palace Boundary Walls Enclosing Grounds, Walls To Buckingham Palace Gardens
Buckingham Palace Forecourt Gate Piers, Gates, Railings And Lamps
Buckingham Palace Gates, Railings, Piers And Gate Piers With Lamps Fronting Buckingham Gate And As Entrance To Ambassadors' Court
Buckingham Palace Lodge To North Of Entrance To Royal Mews
Buckingham Palace Lodge To South Of Entrance To Royal Mews
Buckingham Palace, Wall Linking Palace And Riding School, Along Buckingham Palace Road
North Screen To Buckingham Palace, Forecourt With Gateway To Gardens
South Screen To Buckingham Palace Forecourt Backing Onto Ambassadors' Court
Summer House In Buckingham Palace Garden
The Waterloo Vase In Buckingham Palace Garden Street furniture, object

Timeline

Y/M/D Person Association Description Composition Food Event
Y/M/D Person Association Description Composition Food Event
1767/11/02 Prince Edward, Duke of Kent and Strathearn Born Prince Edward is born to the reigning British monarchs, George III and Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz.
1844/00/00 Queen Victoria of England Audience Member General Tom Thumb performs for Queen Victoria, Prince Albert and the Duchess of Kent.
1844/00/00 P T Barnum Promoter General Tom Thumb performs for Queen Victoria, Prince Albert and the Duchess of Kent.
1844/00/00 Charles S Stratton Performer General Tom Thumb performs for Queen Victoria, Prince Albert and the Duchess of Kent.
1898/00/00 Catherine Eddy Beveridge Visitor Through her brother Spencer's diplomatic connections, Catherine Eddy is presented at the Court of St James in London at the age of sixteen.
1918/11/11 Arthur Conan Doyle Life While crowds gather at Buckingham Palace, Doyle, a tall man, can easily see the balcony festooned with scarlet and gold. A crowd of soldiers chant, "We want the King." Armistice Day
1918/11/11 George V UK Leader King George V and Queen Mary step on the the balcony and wave to the crowd. Men remove their hats and 20,000 voices sign a rousing rendition of "God Save the King". Armistice Day
1918/12/28 Woodrow Wilson Visitor Woodrow Wilson celebrates his 62 birthday in London, England. Mr and Mrs Wilson stay at Buckingham Palace where King George V gives Woodrow a present.
1918/12/28 Edith Wilson Visitor Woodrow Wilson celebrates his 62 birthday in London, England. Mr and Mrs Wilson stay at Buckingham Palace where King George V gives Woodrow a present.
1932/06/09 Alfred Gilbert Honoree At Buckingham Palace, Alfred Gilbert is receives his knighthood from George V.
1940/05/10 King George VI British King At Buckingham Palace, Neville Chamberlain resigns the office of Prime Minister and advises George VI to bring in Churchill. Chamberlain will tell the nation "...you and I must rally behind our new leader...with unshakable courage...." United Kingdom Enters World War II
1940/05/10 Neville Chamberlain Prime Minister At Buckingham Palace, Neville Chamberlain resigns the office of Prime Minister and advises George VI to bring in Churchill. Chamberlain will tell the nation "...you and I must rally behind our new leader...with unshakable courage...." United Kingdom Enters World War II
1948/11/14 Charles, Prince of Wales Born Charles Philip Arthur George is born at Buckingham Palace.
1955/04/05 Winston Churchill UK Prime Minister At the age of eighty, Churchill resigns as Prime Minister. He declines the offer of a dukedom from Queen Elizabeth II to remain as a Member of Parliament in the House of Commons. Winston Churchill, Member of Parliment
1957/01/10 Harold Macmillan English Prime Minister Harold Macmillan accepts Queen Elizabeth's invitation to become prime minister following the sudden resignation of Sir Anthony Eden.
2001/09/13 Band of the Coldstream Guards' perform "The Star-Spangled Banner" during the Changing of the Queen's Guard at Buckingham Palace in remembrance of the victims of the September 11 attacks in the United States. September 11th Attacks

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English Listed Building List Entry Number: 1239087


Creative Works »

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God Save the Queen(Sex Pistols song) Song Sex Pistols Johnny Rotten was not a fan of the English Monarchy

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