Who Was the First Monarch to Broadcast a Christmas Message?

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The first monarch to broadcast a Christmas message was called George V and he broadcast it on the British Broadcasting Corporation Empire Service. The tradition of broadcasting a Christmas message began in 1932 and from then on it is usually read by Elizabeth II on radio, television and the internet.
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The first Christmas message was in 1932 by George V on the radio. The first televised Christmas message was in 1957 by Queen Elizabeth II.
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Queen Elizabeth 2nd in 1957.
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The Queen's speech was first televised during Christmas 1957. The tradition began in 1932 with a radio broadcast by George V on the BBC Empire Service.
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George V was the first British monarch to broadcast a Christmas message in 1932. His speech was actually written by Rudyard Kipling. This act was later established as part of British
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