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Politics - The Queen and Commonwealth Prime Ministers - Buckingham Palace Featured Related Images Print

Politics - The Queen and Commonwealth Prime Ministers - Buckingham Palace

The Queen with her guests when she entertained the Commonwealth Prime Ministers to dinner at Buckingham Palace. Left to right : Mr Rashidi Kawawa (Tanganyika) : Dr Eric Williams (Trinidad & Tobago) : Sir Milton Margai (Sierra Leone) : Sir Abubakar Tarawa Balewa (Nigeria) : Sir Alexander Bustamente (Jamaica) : Sir Roy Welensky (Rhodesia) : Tun Abdul Razak (Malaya) : Mr F D K Goka (Ghana) : Mr Sam P C Ferando (Ceylon) : Archbishop Makarios (Cyprus) Front row: Mr Keith Holyoake (New Zealand) : Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru (India) : Mr John Diefenbaker (Canada) : the Queen : Mr Robert Menzies (Australia) : Field Marshal Ayub Khan (Pakistan) : and Mr Harold Macmillan (Britain)

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Sierra Leone Force Featured Related Images Print

Sierra Leone Force

A contingent of armed frontier police from Sierra Leone at Chelsea Barracks in London, June 1897. The 15 men and one (European) officer are due to represent the Sierra Leone force in Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee procession. (Photo by Reinhold Thiele/Thiele/Getty Images)

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Sierra Leone - Gbangbama Devils (Native Jesters) Featured Related Images Print

Sierra Leone - Gbangbama Devils (Native Jesters)

Sierra Leone - Gbangbama Devils (Native Jesters). Sierra Leone has a rich cultural history, with a strong presence of traditional local mascots, who (to this day) appear in the form of devils. These devils are often highly decorated and represent an important part of local traditional culture and society. Date: circa 1920s