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Queen Elizabeth II and Africa: A special relationship

By DW
09 September 2022   |   2:10 pm
Queen Elizabeth II had a special relationship with Africa. She turned 21 on a visit to South Africa and was in Kenya when her father died and she ascended the throne. As the British monarch, she undertook numerous tours of Africa.

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