Queen Elizabeth II Decisions: Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II is no longer in this world. His reign was the longest. The Queen was the head of 14 Commonwealth countries or territories during her reign, from the United Kingdom (UK), Canada and Jamaica to Australia and New Zealand. Elizabeth II was crowned Queen of the Seven Independent Countries at the time of her coronation in 1953.
The Queen was the head of state of 32 countries. Among them there were 17 countries that refused to accept him as head of state at different times. Let us know which countries have refused to accept Queen Elizabeth as their head. These include Barbados- 1966-2021; Ceylon- (Sri Lanka) 1952-1972; Fiji- 1970-1987; The Gambia- 1965-1970; Ghana- 1957-1960; Guyana- 1966-1970; Kenya- 1963-1964; Malawi- 1964-1966; Malta- 1964-1974; Mauritius- 1968-1992; Nigeria- 1960-1963; Pakistan- 1952-1956; Sierra Leone- 1961-1971; South Africa- 1952-1961; Tanganyika- 1961-1962; Trinidad and Tobago- 1962-1976; Uganda – 1962-1963 included.
During his reign, he took many decisions for which he will be remembered. Queen Elizabeth will always be remembered for her decisions. Some of the decisions taken by him are perhaps more influential. Let us know the important decisions taken for Queen Elizabeth II which included her achievements.
His service in World War II
When World War II broke out in 1939, Princess Elizabeth was only 13 years old. As reported by The National World War II Museum, when Buckingham Palace was bombed during the Blitz in 1940, his father King George VI and his wife Elizabeth remained in solidarity with the rest of the population, but Princess Elizabeth and Margaret was taken to Windsor Castle. So right there, Queen Elizabeth wanted to join this war in the year 1944. In the year 1945, due to the insistence of Elizabeth, she was allowed to join this war on behalf of the royal family and she raised her flag.
change in the commonwealth
By the time Elizabeth ascended the throne of Britain in 1952, the British Empire had collapsed. It started from India in the year 1947. Through here, many countries started demanding an independent country and some countries started declaring themselves as independent nations. In such a situation, the process of establishing the Commonwealth began in the 19th century, whose responsibility fell on Queen Elizabeth. When she was crowned Queen, the Commonwealth had 8 members, today 54 countries are its members. This clearly means that the Queen represented a process that turned into a voluntary association of sovereign nations.
modernization of the monarchy
The Kingdom of England is thousands of years old. Queen Elizabeth’s father, King George VI, assumed the throne. After this no one knew whether the monarchy would survive or not. In the early years of the 20th century, it seemed that the British Empire, like many other countries, would end. Then Maharana Elizabeth ruled this empire and retained its monarchy. He not only retained it but also modernized it. She regularly appeared on TV and also used to communicate directly with people. He also adopted technology.
made his succession more justified
It is true that Queen Elizabeth II did not pass any laws, she never even voted, but politically her influence was enormous. She not only formally approved the new laws but also represented them. He passed the Crown Act in 2013. If they did not have an effect, then this law could have failed. She has also been a staunch supporter of traditions.
Republic of Ireland tour in the year 2011
Britain also has a violent history. Some conflicts between Britain and the Republic of Ireland have been bitter and bloody. Due to centuries of British domination, Ireland was divided into two states, and the nationalist party Sinn Fes declared a new Irish Republic. Relations between the new Republic of Ireland and its former royal masters had been filled with violence for decades. In such a situation, Queen Elizabeth’s visit to the Republic of Ireland becomes special.
TV documentary in the year 1969
In 1968, Queen Elizabeth II allowed a film company to follow herself and her family for about two months to make a documentary film, according to Town and Country. Which is considered one of the unprecedented decisions. This film company had prepared a documentary film by the name of The Royal Family. This film was broadcast in England on 21 June 1969. The same documentary film was leaked on YouTube in the year 2021 but it was removed immediately.