yes No, this person is wrong. It is fashionable to call people fascist. It does a disservice to those very very few who have suffered under it.
After he killed himself during the Allied invasion in 1945.
according to the king in 1745, the national colors are blue and purple
When Elizabeth succeeded the throne, she was presented with the daunting task of repairing a divided country. Strong in demeanour and will, she had been properly prepared to tackle the challenges that would arise during her illustrious time on the throne. Elizabeth immediately assembled a loyal political administration, including nine Privy Councillors. The key appointment was Sir William Cecil as Principal Secretary. This was the beginning of a successful partnership that would endure for thirty-eight years of Elizabeth's reign. Since she left most things to her Privy Council, the House of Lords and the House of Commons, she did not make very many laws. What she did do was issue decrees and vetoes. In one of the first meetings of Parliament, Elizabeth sought to restore Protestantism with the 1559 Acts of Supremacy and Uniformity. Her goal was to refrain from the extreme Protestantism as seen during Edward's reign or the rigid Catholicism of Mary's. Elizabeth sought a middle ground, expanding the Church's ideologies to include the majority of her subjects. With the creation of the New Prayer Book, diverse spiritual needs were met.