GREAT BRITAIN: Civil Servant

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King John, a Plantaganet issued the Magna Charta. Henry VIII, a Tudor, acquired a kingly record for marriages. Elizabeth, another Tudor, made England mistress of the seas. Charles I, a Stuart, lost his head in a palace courtyard. George III, a Hanover, kept his pig-head and lost his country the richest half of North America. Victoria, a Saxe-Coburg, became Empress of India.

This week the 40th of this long line of monarchs also made history. He set out to visit: 1) a Dominion in which no British Sovereign had ever set...

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