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    George V (George Frederick Ernest Albert; 3 June 1865 – 20 January 1936) was King of the United Kingdom and the British Dominions, and Emperor of India, from 6 May 1910 until his death in 1936. Born during the reign of his grandmother Queen Victoria, George was the second son of Albert Edward, Prince of Wales, and was third in the line of ...

  2. Jorge V del Reino Unido (nacido George Frederick Ernest Albert; Londres, 3 de junio de 1865-Norfolk, 20 de enero de 1936) fue el rey del Reino Unido y los Dominios Británicos de Ultramar y emperador de la India desde su ascenso al trono, el 6 de mayo de 1910, hasta su deceso, en 1936.

    • Jorge Federico Ernesto Alberto (en inglés, George Frederick Ernest Albert)
    • Eduardo VIII
  3. George V (born George Frederick Ernest Albert; 3 June 1865 – 20 January 1936) was King of the United Kingdom. He was the first British monarch with the family name Windsor. His father was Edward VII. George was born in 1865. He was in the Royal Navy when he was twelve; he left the Navy to become king. George was crowned King and Emperor of India in 1911.

    • 22 June 1911
    • 6 May 1910 – 20 January 1936
    • 12 December 1911
    • Edward VII
  4. › wiki › George_VGeorge V - Wikipedia

    George wis a grandson o Queen Victoria an Prince Albert an the first cousin o Tsar Nicholas II o Roushie an Kaiser Wilhelm II o Germany. Frae 1877 tae 1891, he served in the Ryal Navy . On the daith o Victoria in 1901, George's faither acame Keeng Edward VII , an George wis made Prince o Wales .

    • 6 Mey 1910 – 20 Januar 1936
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    The overall planning of the coronation was theoretically the role of the Earl Marshal, a hereditary office held by the Dukes of Norfolk for several centuries. At the coronation of King Edward VII in 1902, the driving force had been Viscount Esher in his capacity as Secretary to the Office of Works, a position which had since been filled by Sir Schomberg Kerr McDonnell. However, in the interim, the Earl Marshal, Henry Fitzalan-Howard, 15th Duke of Norfolk, had reasserted his ancient right to o...


    As with all modern British coronations, a temporary extension or annexe was built at the west front of Westminster Abbey to allow the forming up of the processions before their entry into the church. As in the 1902 coronation, it was designed by the architect Alfred Young Nutt in the Gothic Revival style, matching the architecture of the abbey itself. Inside the abbey, the traditional ceremonial areas known as the theatre and the sacrarium had to be constructed, along with the galleries and b...

    Festival of Empire

    The Festival of Empire opened on 12 May 1911 at the Crystal Palace in London, an exhibitionof British and Imperial trade and culture to celebrate the upcoming coronation.

    The order of service was prepared by Claude Jenkins, the Lambeth Palace librarian, an eccentric character who was an antiquarian and patristic scholar. He was supervised by Armitage Robinson, the Dean of Westminster, who insisted that innovation be balanced by tradition. In fact, there was little change from the 1902 coronation, or at least that wh...

    The processions to the Abbey

    The first of three processions left Buckingham Palace at 9:30 am. It consisted of representatives of foreign royal families and governments, carried in fourteen carriages. The second procession had five state landaus for members of the British royal family; the fifth contained the King and Queen's children, the Prince of Wales, Princess Mary and the young Princes Albert, Henry and George. The third procession brought the officers of state in a further four carriages and the twenty-fifth and f...

    The return processions

    Following the coronation service, the three processions returned to the palace in reverse order and by an extended route, passing through Pall Mall, St James's Street, Piccadilly and Constitution Hill.Some 45,000 soldiers and sailors from across the empire either participated in the procession or lined the route. After the end of the procession, there was an unexpected innovation, the appearance of the King and Queen on the balcony of Buckingham Palace. This created such excitement that the s...

    The royal progress through the City

    On the following day, the return procession was reconstituted for a further parade through the streets of the capital, this time passing along The Strand and into the City of London, past St Paul's Cathedral, across the River Thames by London Bridge, along Borough High Street, back over Westminster Bridge and finally returning up The Mall to Buckingham Palace. Instead of the Gold Coach, the king and queen were driven in an open landau. The place of the foreign royalty was taken by Indian prin...

    On 24 June, the King and Queen attended the Coronation Review of the Fleet at Spithead between the naval base of Portsmouth and the Isle of Wight. The Royal Navy had 167 warships in attendance, together with 18 ships from foreign navies; they were arranged in five lines, each 6 miles (10 kilometres) in length, through which the royal party steamed ...

    On 11 November 1911, the King and Queen left Portsmouth aboard RMS Medina bound for the Indian Empire. Arriving in Bombay (present day Mumbai) on 2 December, they reached Delhi by train on 7 December for a ceremonial state entry. The durbaritself was on 12 December, attended by an estimated 100,000 people, both watching and participating.

    British Royal Family

    1. The Prince of Wales, the King and Queen's son 2. Prince Albert, the King and Queen's son 3. Princess Mary, the King and Queen's daughter 4. Prince Henry, the King and Queen's son 5. Prince George, the King and Queen's son 6. The Princess Royal and The Duke of Fife, the King's sister and brother-in-law 6.1. Princess Alexandra, the King's niece 6.2. Princess Maud, the King's niece 7. The Dowager Duchess of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha (Duchess of Edinburgh), the King's paternal aunt by marriage 7.1...

    Foreign royals

    1. The German Crown Prince and Crown Princess, the King's first cousin once removed and his wife (representing the German Emperor) 2. The Hereditary Princess of Saxe-Meiningen, the King's first cousin (representing the Duke of Saxe-Meiningen) 3. Prince Henry of Prussia, the King's first cousin 4. The Hereditary Princess and Prince of Hesse, the King's first cousin and her husband 5. The Grand Duke and Grand Duchess of Hesse and by Rhine, the King's first cousin and his wife 6. The Crown Princ...

    Other dignitaries

    1. John Hays Hammond (representing the President of the United States) 2. Major General Adolphus Greely of the United States Army 3. Vice-AdmiralFauques de Jonquieres (representing the French Republic) 4. Monsignor Eugenio Maria Giuseppe Giovanni Pacelli (representing the Holy See)


    1. Beeson, Trevor (2009). In Tuneful Accord: The Church Musicians. SCM Press. ISBN 978-0-334-04193-1. 2. Kuhn, William M (1996). Democratic Royalism: The Transformation of the British Monarchy, 1861-1914. Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN 978-0312159559. 3. Matthew, H. C. G. (September 2004; online edition May 2009) George V (1865–1936), Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Oxford University Press, doi:10.1093/ref:odnb/33369, retrieved 1 May 2010 (Subscription required) 4. Milne, J Hogarth (1914)....


    1. "THE CORONATION". The Dominion. Wellington, New Zealand. 21 June 1911. p. 8. Retrieved 19 December 2017. 2. "The Coronation of King George the Fifth and Queen Mary in Westminster Abbey, June 22, 1911". The Musical Times. 52 (821): 433–437. 1 July 1911. doi:10.2307/907261. JSTOR 907261.

  5. 16 de ene. de 2023 · George V, in full George Frederick Ernest Albert, (born June 3, 1865, London, England—died January 20, 1936, Sandringham, Norfolk), king of the United Kingdom from 1910 to 1936, the second son of Prince Albert Edward, later King Edward VII.