In Netflix's prestigious drama, the inner life of the world's most powerful woman is overlooked in favor of her family's fabrications.
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In the year of our lord 1969, the man landed on the moon. American men, to be specific.
The famous event took place 16 years after the reign of Queen Elizabeth II, the supreme monarch of the United Kingdom, as well as the various kingdoms, territories and commoners that covered the planet on which these men came.
One would think that the most powerful woman in the world would have some thoughts about her former colony, achieving one of the most amazing achievements of humanity. Less than 200 years after the United States marched England to the curb, they put together a space program of, essentially, spits and twigs provided by the lowest bidder and landed on the moon.
Season 3 of "The Crown" takes place over this period of time and Episode 7, "Moondust," focuses on the mission of Apollo 1