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On This Day: 14 May 1965 - The Queen Unveils JFK Memorial in Surrey

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On This Day: 14 May 1965  - The Queen Unveils JFK Memorial in Surrey

On This Day: 14 May 1965 - The Queen Unveils JFK Memorial in Surrey

55 years ago to the day Queen Elizabeth II unveiled a new JFK Memorial in Runnymede, Surrey.

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