Commonwealth Group : News Photo

Commonwealth Group

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Fox Photos / Stringer
13th September 1962: Queen Elizabeth II poses with the Commonwealth Ministers at a banquet in Buckingham Palace, London. From left to right, the group includes (standing) Rashidi Kawawa, Trinidadian Prime Minister Dr Eric Williams, Sierra Leonese Prime Minister Sir Milton Margai, Nigerian premier SIr Abubakar Tafawa Balewa, Jamaican Prime Minister Sir William Alexander Bustamante, Rhodesian Prime Minister Sir Roy Welensky, Malaysian Prime Minister Tun Abdul Razak, F D A Goka, Senator Fernando, Cypriot President Archbishop Makarios III, (sitting) New Zealand Prime Minister Sir Keith Holyoake, Indian Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru, Canadian Prime Minister John Diefenbaker, the Queen, Australian politician Sir Robert Menzies, Pakistani President Muhammad Ayub Khan, and British Prime Minister Harold MacMillan. (Photo by Fox Photos/Getty Images)
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13th September 1962: Queen Elizabeth II poses with the Commonwealth Ministers at a banquet in Buckingham Palace, London. From left to right, the group includes (standing) Rashidi Kawawa, Trinidadian Prime Minister Dr Eric Williams, Sierra Leonese Prime Minister Sir Milton Margai, Nigerian premier SIr Abubakar Tafawa Balewa, Jamaican Prime Minister Sir William Alexander Bustamante, Rhodesian Prime Minister Sir Roy Welensky, Malaysian Prime Minister Tun Abdul Razak, F D A Goka, Senator Fernando, Cypriot President Archbishop Makarios III, (sitting) New Zealand Prime Minister Sir Keith Holyoake, Indian Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru, Canadian Prime Minister John Diefenbaker, the Queen, Australian politician Sir Robert Menzies, Pakistani President Muhammad Ayub Khan, and British Prime Minister Harold MacMillan. (Photo by Fox Photos/Getty Images)
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Date created:
September 13, 1962
Editorial #:
3320243
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Collection:
Hulton Royals Collection
Max file size:
3,832 x 2,105 px (135.18 x 74.26 cm) - 72 dpi - 720 KB
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Source:
Hulton Royals Collection
Barcode:
HL0994
Object name:
97d/14/huty/6755/01
Queen Elizabeth II poses with the Commonwealth Ministers at a banquet... News Photo 33202431960-1969,Archbishop,Black And White,British Culture,British Empire,British Royalty,Buckingham Palace,Canadian,Character,Cheerful,Clothing,Cypriot Culture,Elizabeth II,England,Eric Williams,Females,Government,Greece,Greek Culture,Group,Harold Macmillan,Horizontal,Human Interest,Indian,Jamaican,Jawaharlal Nehru,John G. Diefenbaker,Keystone,Malaysian,Males,Mohammad Najib Tun Razak,New Zealand,Nigeria,Pakistan,People,Politics,Portrait,President,Prime Minister,Prime Minister of the United Kingdom,Queen - Royal Person,Religion,Religious Role,Royal Person,Smiling,Traditional Clothing,Traditionally Australian,Traditionally Canadian,Trinidadian Ethnicity,UK,ZimbabwePhotographer Collection: Hulton Royals Collection 13th September 1962: Queen Elizabeth II poses with the Commonwealth Ministers at a banquet in Buckingham Palace, London. From left to right, the group includes (standing) Rashidi Kawawa, Trinidadian Prime Minister Dr Eric Williams, Sierra Leonese Prime Minister Sir Milton Margai, Nigerian premier SIr Abubakar Tafawa Balewa, Jamaican Prime Minister Sir William Alexander Bustamante, Rhodesian Prime Minister Sir Roy Welensky, Malaysian Prime Minister Tun Abdul Razak, F D A Goka, Senator Fernando, Cypriot President Archbishop Makarios III, (sitting) New Zealand Prime Minister Sir Keith Holyoake, Indian Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru, Canadian Prime Minister John Diefenbaker, the Queen, Australian politician Sir Robert Menzies, Pakistani President Muhammad Ayub Khan, and British Prime Minister Harold MacMillan. (Photo by Fox Photos/Getty Images)