The 1999 Referendum Election for Australia to Leave the U.K., Princess Margaret’s Death Upon the 50th Anniversary of Her Father King George VI’s death, and the Death of Queen Elizabeth’s Mother Queen Elizabeth (Senior)

On November 6, 1999, Australians took to the polls in a referendum election to decide whether or not the Australian people would secede from the British empire. Paul Keating was replaced by John Howard as prime minister in 1996, which was particularly interesting as Howard had monarchist sympathies. Despite the referendum still going ahead as planned, Howard made a strong case for the continuation of Australia as a part of the British empire arguing that Australia’s history and constitution were...

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