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Abu Bakar [Abu Bakar ibni al-Marhum Dato Temenggong Sri Maharaja Tun Ibrahim] (1833–1895), sultan of Johore, was born in Teluk Belanga, Singapore, most probably on 3 February 1833, the eldest son of Daing Ibrahim (1810–1862) and his first wife, Encik Ngah (also known as Tengku Andak)...

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Edward VIII [afterwards Prince Edward, duke of Windsor] (1894–1972), king of Great Britain, Ireland, and the British dominions beyond the seas, and emperor of India, was born at White Lodge, Richmond Park, on 23 June 1894, the first child of the five sons and one daughter of the duke and duchess of ...

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Edward VII (1841–1910), king of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, and the British dominions beyond the seas, and emperor of India, was born at Buckingham Palace, London, on 9 November 1841, the first son and second child of the nine children of ...

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Edward VIII (1894–1972) by unknown photographer, 1935 © reserved

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Edward VII (1841–1910) by Sir Luke Fildes, 1901–2 The Royal Collection © 2004 HM Queen Elizabeth II

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George V (1865–1936), king of Great Britain, Ireland, and the British dominions beyond the seas, and emperor of India, was born at Marlborough House, London, on 3 June 1865, the second child of the prince and princess of Wales, later Edward VII (1841–1910)...

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George VI (1895–1952), king of Great Britain, Ireland, and the British dominions beyond the seas, and sometime emperor of India, was born at York Cottage, Sandringham, Norfolk, on 14 December 1895. He was the second of the five sons and one daughter of the duke and duchess of ...

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George VI (1895–1952) by Sir Gerald Kelly, c. 1941 © reserved; collection National Portrait Gallery, London

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George V (1865–1936) by Sir John Lavery, 1913 [The Royal Family at Buckingham Palace [left to right]: , Princess Mary (1897-1965), Edward, prince of Wales (1894-1972), and Queen Mary (1867-1953)] by courtesy of Felix Rosenstiel's Widow & Son Ltd., London, on behalf of the Estate of Sir John Lavery; collection National Portrait Gallery, London