Sovereign George and Sovereign Mary: The Royals Who Rescued The Monarchy

Record Documentary hosted by Samual West, published by BBC in 2011 - English narration


A two-have a share thumbnail sketch of Elizabeth II's grandparents, Sovereign George V and Sovereign Mary, which examines the everlasting legacy of the a handful of who rescued the domain from likely cataclysm, and whose pressure persists to this day.

1) Sovereign George V
George could not have been a more unlikely moderniser. Born and brought up in the Victorian age he was sober to his fingertips. Yet in the aspect of unstoppable community shift after the First Sphere War he turned out to be a odd innovator, creating the Lodge of Windsor, embracing classless revolutionize, and reinventing many of the superior traditions that we know today. When he acclaimed his silver plate jubilee in 1935 the domain was more approved than ever. But as a father Sovereign George V was far less victorious — he bullied his children and alienated his eldest son and inheritor, Prince Edward. As one courtier remarked at the interval, «the superior one»s nearest are like ducks, they sit on their children«. By distinguish, Sovereign George had a loving relationship with his granddaughter, and much of Sovereign Elizabeth»s genre and commitment to obligation can be traced break weighing down on to this at pressure.

2) Sovereign Mary
Sovereign Mary, who came from a relatively unpretentious superior training, but was picked as a following sovereign consort by Sovereign Victoria. At first she was betrothed to Prince Whirl, inheritor to the throne. But when Whirl died she was unceremoniously passed to his mate George. Despite the arranged merger, Sovereign George and Sovereign Mary had a loving relationship. Mary revered the domain and obeyed her whisper suppress in all things — even the magnitude of her dresses. She always put obligation and rite first. But when Sovereign George died in 1936, this once rigidly formal screwball emerged as a unfaltering if unconventional superior matriarch with a genius of her own. When the abdication moment threatened the following of the Lodge of Windsor she was the crag to which the polity turned as a flag of resolve and continuity. Sovereign Mary died in 1953, having lived to see her granddaughter, Elizabeth, ascend to the throne.


Technological Specs

* Video Codec: x264 CABAC
* Video Bitrate: 1870Kbps
* Video Stick-To-It-Iveness: 1024x576
* Video Facet Relationship: 1.778:1
* Audio Codec: HE-AAC
* Audio Bitrate: 128 Kbps ABR 48KHz
* Audio Channels: 2
* Run-Interval: 58 mins
* Framerate: 25FPS
* Numeral of Parts: 2
* Have A Share Bulk: 830 MB (as a rule)
* Well-Spring: HDTV
* Encoded by: JungleBoy

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