|Caption||The King without a Crown. In 1936 the new king visited the depressed areas of South Wales (top). News of the Abdication spread quickly, and soon there were anxious crowds outside Buckingham Palace (bottom). Original artwork for the illustrations on p 29 of L&L issue no. 1024 (24 October 1981).|
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|Keywords||Edward VIII Mrs Simpson Abdication Crisis newspaper headlines Buckingham Palace South Wales unemployed mayor crowds royalty King Edward the Eighth|
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