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On the death of her father King George VI from cancer, Queen Elizabeth 2 was enthroned.
She was destined to become one of the longest-serving monarchs in British history.
Three of her children were divorced amid much controversy.1952.
Then a young and not-yet-internationally famous Canadian actor, Christopher Plummer arrived in Bermuda. A statement issued on behalf of the group said, "Recognizing the importance of its Civil Service establishments to the smooth and efficient operation of any country, and being gravely concerned over the fact that it was becoming increasingly difficult to induce qualified young men and women to enter the Civil Service of Bermuda, and what that portends, a number of civil servants met some months ago to consider the situation."1952.
A Bermuda Government-owned land company, Crown Lands Corporation, was created in which to vest the new lands, buildings and installations that with the establishment of the Dockyard free port was about to begin leasing.1953. Via Cable & Wireless (WI) Ltd in Bermuda, a new teleprinter communications center opened at the Civil Air Terminal for overseas civilian aeronautical traffic, operated by the Department of Civil Aviation.1953. Only five months after her glittering Coronation in London, with the world-wide publicity it generated, Bermuda received its first visit - a 24-hour stay - from Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, daughter of Britain's and Bermuda's last ever King-Emperor, George VI. had died on February 6, 1952, while she and her husband were on a tour of Kenya, when she first became Queen.Performing for visitors and locals at a small theatre at the hotel, the Bermuda Repertory Theatre was for several years a magnet for young, up-and-coming American and Canadian actors. Plummer performed in half-a-dozen plays during his time in Bermuda, playing Old Mahon, The Playboy of the Western World, Anthony Cavendish in The Royal Family, Bermuda Repertory Theatre, Ben in The Little Foxes, Duke Manti in The Petrified Forest, Father in George and Margaret, Hector Benbow in Thark and Bernard Kersal in The Constant Wife. Initially, they were appalled by conditions at the Packwood Old Folks Home. A dramatic rescue operation was mounted from Kindley AFB Bermuda to save the passengers of the stricken Cubana Airlines - Compaa Cubana de Aviacin S.His success in Bermuda caught the attention of a US producer which led to Mr. One of their major projects was the creation of a children's convalescent hospital at Ireland Island where Lefroy House is Madrid crashed in Bermuda on its way to Havana, shortly (3 miles) after leaving Bermuda. A -.aircraft which took off from the Civil Air Terminal but crashed into the waters of Castle Harbour at the end of the runway at about 4.30 pm.Bermuda was her first stop on her 173-day Commonwealth Coronation Tour.The new royal yacht Britannia was not quite ready, so the couple flew to Bermuda on a especially-furnished British Overseas Airways Corporation (BOAC) Stratocruiser "Canopus." The royal couple were greeted by his Excellency the Governor, Lieutenant General Sir Alexander Hood. Later, the Queen and Duke, flanked by Archdeacon John Stow and the Governor, visited St. George's, the oldest Anglican church in the western hemisphere.During those 100 years, the Archdiocese would regularly send down priests and bishops to minister to Catholics on the island.1953.The last Bermuda-affected British Imperial Defence Plan was published.Heston (pictured below) suddenly rushed off stage, pointing at his tights, writhing in pain and yelling: Get them off me! Heston who went on to appear in such films as The Ten Commandments , Ben-Hur  and Planet of The Apes  returned to Bermuda the following year to appear in a production of Born Yesterday with original Broadway stars Jan Sterling and Paul Douglas.According to the actors later autobiography, whoever had laundered his tights had dipped them in kerosene and the sweat of the horse and the heat caused serious burns to Mr. Later, the wooden facade of Macbeths castle came down burning as planned, but the wind blew flames and smoke into the Bermuda audience. He said that the worst thing to happen to him on this second visit was getting sunburned at the Coral Beach Club when he was posing for publicity photographs with his co-stars [below].1953.He stayed at Eventide (now Kennedy House, after the late President) on Burnt House Hill. Their remit included consideration of occupational opportunities for blacks in government service, institutions subsidized by the government and those in the private sector.It was then owned by his friend, wealthy American Oliver Newbury. They noted segregation in government and aided, non-governmental and unaided organizations, Trade Development Policy toward colored visitors and more.