Sealand The Bates Family
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- The Discovery of the Fifth World
- available on the Internet)2 states that while on Sealand, Bates doesn't need to pay ..
- Special Report The Middle East and North Africa The world is not
- The Bates family no longer inhabits Sealand, but they have taken steps to write the next chapter in its fascinating history.
- mnmwwwnxm. - V In 1966 a retired British Major named Paddy Roy Bates took a liking named it the “Principality of Sealand” and declared independence from its corporate headquarters, and its founding family all are in the United.
- P R I N C I P A L I T Y O F S E A L A N D
- abandoned for over 20 years, Major Roy Bates and his family took lation of the Bates family and a few others be- the Principality of Sealand.
- Die PRINCIPALITY OF SEALAND
- presented below about the evaluation of the position of SEALAND may be better . He literally took over ROUGHS TOWER and settled there with his family.
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- Prince Roy of Sealand
- When not living on Sealand, the Bates family commuted to a flat in Southend in an old fishing boat and later a rigid inflatable that could be lifted on to the platform. Roy and Joan Bates retired to Spain in 2006.
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- Principality of Sealand - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Location of Principality of Sealand. Area claimed, 550 m2. Population, 3 (2011).
- History - The Principality of Sealand
- Roy Bates, henceforth Roy of Sealand, exerted state authority on the island and thus was an absolute sovereign.
- Sealand - The Principality of Sealand
- In January 2007, the Bates family announced that they were wanting to move on from the challenge of Sealand and placed the tower up for sale.
- Sealand on Fire 1
- Dec 20, 2010 The blaze on Friday has badly damaged Sealand, an inhabited former .
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