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Queen Elizabeth as one of the last connections with the WWII generation
For ongoing coverage of the death of Queen Elizabeth and her legacy, please see comments from Syracuse University professor and historian Alan Allport.
Allport specializes in the history of Britain in the period of the two world wars. His most recent book is “Britain at Bay: The Epic Story of the Second World War 1938-1941.”
In regards to the legacy of Queen Elizabeth, he said:
“She was one of the last living connections with the wartime generation, and her death not only brings that link with a key episode from the past to a close but also raises the question of where the United Kingdom as a state goes from here. It may be necessary to develop a new kind of post-Elizabethan national identity,” said Allport.
Reporters who would like to schedule an interview with Professor Allport, please contact Ellen James Mbuqe, Syracuse University’s executive director of media relations, at email@example.com or 412-496-0551.