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From that time, all Bermuda part-time soldiers ceased to have any role or function assigned by the UK's War Office (later, Ministry of Defence.1953. Only five months after her glittering Coronation in London, with the world-wide publicity it generated, Bermuda received its first visit - a 24-hour stay - from Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, daughter of Britain's and Bermuda's last ever King-Emperor, George VI. had died on February 6, 1952, while she and her husband were on a tour of Kenya, when she first became Queen.Bermuda was her first stop on her 173-day Commonwealth Coronation Tour.It was then owned by his friend, wealthy American Oliver Newbury. They noted segregation in government and aided, non-governmental and unaided organizations, Trade Development Policy toward colored visitors and more.But nothing significant was done arrived in Bermuda with his wife by accident.The same thing had happened a little earlier to the black Speaker of the Barbados House of Assembly, bound for London for the same reason, who also went from Barbados via Bermuda.for the purpose of constructing a modern service station.
Then a young and not-yet-internationally famous Canadian actor, Christopher Plummer arrived in Bermuda.Prior to 1953, from 1853, Bermuda was a mission of Halifax, Nova Scotia, the Archdiocese.During those 100 years, the Archdiocese would regularly send down priests and bishops to minister to Catholics on the island.1953.Academy Award-winning actor Heston played the title role in Macbeth in this Bermuda production at Fort St. During the first performance, when he was riding a horse bareback around the East End forts ramparts, Mr.Heston (pictured below) suddenly rushed off stage, pointing at his tights, writhing in pain and yelling: Get them off me! Heston who went on to appear in such films as The Ten Commandments , Ben-Hur  and Planet of The Apes  returned to Bermuda the following year to appear in a production of Born Yesterday with original Broadway stars Jan Sterling and Paul Douglas.
The last British Imperial Defence Plan was published, that affected Bermuda.