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ID number:424776
Published: 10.05.2013.
Language: English
Level: Secondary school
Literature: 17 units
References: Used
Table of contents
Nr. Chapter  Page.
  Annotation    2
  Introduction    5
1.  Synopsis of Queen Elizabeth’s II life    6
1.1.  Queen’s early life    6
1.2.  Elizabeth II in the Second World War    7
1.3.  Her Majesty marriage and accession    8
1.4.  A Royal mother – Elizabeth II    8
1.5.  The Royal house threats and scandals    9
1.6.  Queen’s personal life    11
1.7.  Later years in queen’s life    12
2.  Queen Elizabeth II impact on different areas    13
2.1.  -Impact on cooperation with other countries    13
2.2.  Queen Elizabeth Latvia visit    15
2.2.1.  Lauras Bites description about her experience on Queen’s visit in Latvia    15
2.3.  Impact on charity    17
2.4.  Queen Elizabeth II and church    19
  Conclusions    20
  Information sources    21
  Attachments    22

Goal of this scientific research is achieved.
The author have collected and compiled information for this work. A short biography about Queen Elizabeth II are set out and a description of Queen and her husband visit in Latvia is established, as well Queen Elizabeth II impact types on different areas are found and analyzed. Like always the Queen tries to make a friendly relationships with other countries, at the same time, she never forgets about her native country. All her period of reign she has been strong monarch, who had approximated the royal house to the public.
The success of a particular belief is that writing work for the author was more interesting and more interesting. A very great benefit to the author personally was Embassy of Britain in Latvia visit. The author learned the facts that she previously did not know, finally gained invaluable insight about the Queen Elizabeth II.
The only failure author think is lack of information about Queen’s personal beliefs, but we need understand that Queen is public person, who can not always say all what she thinks.
Overall, the author are pleased with the progress and hope that interested parties will be just as exciting to read as much as for author build it.

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