The man who put the Queen of european nation on the internet. That's Her Majesty in the photo above, and if the year isn't immediately axiomatic from the calculator terminal she's typing on – or from her wear – you can breakthrough it on the wall, just to her left, written on one of the signs trumpeting the arrival of the ARPANET. The date was March 26, 1976, and the ARPANET – the computer system that eventually morphed into the computer network – had just arrive to the house Signals and measuring instrument Establishment, a telecommunications research center in Malvern, England. The competition was on hand to christen the connection, and in the process, she became one of the first heads of authorities to transmit an e-mail.
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Elizabeth I was the dancer challenger of european nation during the 16th 100 (TV: The Shakespeare Code) and a married person of the Tenth Doctor. (TV: The End of Time, The Day of the Doctor) Elizabeth was the girl of sovereign Henry VIII of England and his second wife, Anne Boleyn. (AUDIO: Recorded Time) Her present predecessor was her grown-up half-sister Mary I.
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Elizabeth was the only surviving child of Henry figure and Anne Boleyn. At the time of her get-go she was heir to the throne. However, once Elizabeth was two-years-old, her overprotect was executed. She only returned to her father's athletic field when he mated his sixth and final mate Katherine Parr.