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(資料映像)バルバドス共和国誕生 旧植民地が遂に英国王室との・・・


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作品番号
175266717
タイトル
(資料映像)バルバドス共和国誕生 旧植民地が遂に英国王室との関係を断ち切る
クレジット表記
動画:ロイター/アフロ
日付
2021年11月23日
撮影国
イギリス領ヴァージン諸島
コンテンツカテゴリー
ロイヤル・王室・皇室, ニュース
ライセンスタイプ
RM(ライツマネージド)
モデルリリース
なし 
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なし 
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H264
フレームレート
25.00 fps
長さ
24.04 秒
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EDITORS PLEASE NOTE THIS EDIT CONTAINS 4:3 MATERIAL
Barbados, a former British colony, will next week ditch Queen Elizabeth as head of state, breaking its last remaining imperial bonds with Britain nearly 400 years since the first English ship arrived at the resplendent Caribbean island.
Barbados casts the removal of Elizabeth II, who is queen of Barbados and 15 other realms including the United Kingdom, Australia, Canada and Jamaica, as a sign of confidence and a way to finally break with the demons of its colonial history.
Prince Charles, the 73-year-old heir to the British throne, will travel to Barbados for the celebrations marking the removal of his 95-year-old mother as head of state.
The birth of the republic, 55 years to the day since Barbados declared independence, finally unclasps almost all the colonial bonds that have kept the tiny island in the Lesser Antilles tied to England since an English ship arrived in 1625 and claimed it for King James I.
It may also be a harbringer of a broader attempt by other former colonies to cut ties to the British monarchy as it braces for the end of Elizabeth's nearly 70-year-old reign and the future accession of Charles.
Barbados, though, will remain a republic within the Commonwealth a grouping of 54 countries across Africa, Asia, the Americas, Europe and the Pacific that has always been a priority for Elizabeth, who heads it.
Though its name will remain simply Barbados, its removal of the queen may well sow the seeds of republicanism further across the Caribbean, according to Richard Drayton, a professor of imperial and global history at Kings College London who lived in Barbados as a child.
"I would imagine this will have consequences within the Caribbean," said Drayton, who pointed to talk of a republic in both Jamaica and Saint Vincent and the Grenadines.
"I do think that in the wake of the queen's passing that some of these questions would become more urgent in places like Canada and Australia, and elsewhere."
Barbados's move is the first time in nearly 30 years since a realm removed the queen as head of state: Mauritius, an island in the Indian Ocean, proclaimed itself a republic but remained in the Commonwealth, an association of mostly former British colonies which is home to 2.5 billion people.
Originally populated by waves of Saladoid-Barrancoid and Kalinago migrants, Spanish slaver raids forced Amerindians to flee. Barbados was unpopulated when the English first arrived in the early 17th Century.
The English initially used white British indentured servants to toil on the plantations of tobacco, cotton, indigo and sugar but Barbados in just a few decades would become England's first truly profitable slave society.
Barbados received 600,000 enslaved Africans between 1627 and 1833 who were put to work in the sugar plantations, earning fortunes for the English owners and making Barbados the sugarised jewel in the British empire.
"Barbados under English colonial rules became the laboratory for plantation societies in the Caribbean," said Richard Drayton, a professor of imperial and global history at Kings College London who lived in Barbados as a child.
"It becomes the laboratory for slave society which is then exported to Jamaica and the Carolinas and Georgia after that," Drayton said.
The queen has made many visits to Barbados and, according to the Palace, has had "a unique relationship with this, the most easterly of the Caribbean islands".
The republic of Barbados will be declared at a ceremony which begins late in the evening on Monday Nov. 29 at the National Heroes Square in Bridgetown.
(Production: Guy Faulconbridge, Lucy Marks)
( Original Title: A new republic is born: Barbados celebrates ditching Britain's queen )
( Caption: 3052WD-BARBADOS-BRITAIN_CHARLES_O_ )
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タイムライン

BRIDGETOWN, BARBADOS (FILE - NOVEMBER 30, 2016) (Reuters)
MUSICIAN RIHANNA AND PRINCE HARRY AT CONCERT TO CELEBRATE 50TH ANNIVERSARY SINCE BARBADOS INDEPENDENCE
CHILDREN FROM BARBADOS NATIONAL YOUTH CHOIR
PRINCE HARRY ON STAGE SAYING (English): "I'm honoured to be here representing my Grandmother, the Queen as we celebrate the historic milestone of 50 years of independence of this beautiful nation."
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