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In 1953, 'Queen-crazy' American women looked to Elizabeth II as a source of inspiration – that sentiment never faded

By Arianne Chernock, Professor of History, Boston University
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In 1953, ‘Queen-crazy’ Americans traveled to the UK to attend the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II. Their daughters and granddaughters will be among those mourning the monarch’s death.The Conversation

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