"the Queen learned to shoot with His submachine gun"
"the Nazis would take the Buckingham palace."
"The thought of king George."
"Why was the little princess Elizabeth learn to shoot – with Winston Churchill's submachine gun."
"It may sound unlikely, but according to a new Channel 4 documentary, this happened in 1940 – during the second world war. Then the future queen Elizabeth was 14 years old and her younger sister, Margaret, ten years, they get lessons in marksmanship."
"It was my father, king George VI, who wanted the entire royal family would learn how to defend themselves against the nazis – where their winning streak continued into the royalist epicenter: Buckingham palace."
"Little Elizabeth could learn to shoot with a Tommy gun, the Thompson submachine gun which was used extensively during the gangsterkrigen in the united states, thanks to the British prime minister, Winston Churchill. It was he who lent their private arms."
"As targets used Britain's future queen that the rats have been washed out from the castle."
"the security service MI6, appealed in vain to the king to evacuate the whole family to Canada, according to the new documentary. He refused and made it clear that he would stay and fight to ”get their a German'."
"the King was always armed"
"Professor Richard Aldrich from Warwick university, says in the program:"
"– the King expected that the German fallskärmssoldater would pop up anytime. He was never going anywhere in his car without a rifle and a pistol. He sent out the message that we would not escape."
"Margaret Rhodes, Elizabeth's cousin, told me in an interview a few years ago that the lessons in the shooting held in Buckingham palace's garden."
" I suppose she thought that if fallskärmssoldater landed and kidnapped them away somewhere, she would at least pick one or two."
"Of the documentary also shows that king George was active in the defense of the country and that he was involved in the top secret plans of Operation Overlord – the code name for D-day. The sixth of June 75 years ago."
"When he visited the troops in the east of England, it was thought that it was just an opportunity to photograph the king's support, but it was part of a deliberate desinformationskampanj. The pictures published in order to convince the nazis that Calais was the starting point of an attack – not Normandy – and that the invasion was imminent, not that it is, in fact, were being prepared."
"Even the princess Elizabeth took part in the plot and inspected the british troops along with their parents."