Diana's funeral upsets events
- The day England cried. Kantrowitz, Barbara; Pedersen, Daniel // Newsweek;9/15/1997, Vol. 130 Issue 11, p30
Describes the funeral procession and service for Diana, Princess of Wales, in London, England, on September 6, 1997. The cortege's procession from Kensington Palace to Westminster Abbey; Comments from Westminster dean, the Very Rev. Dr. Wesley Carr; Diana's sons; Funeral pageantry; Procession...
- Record fall in demand during Diana funeral. // International Power Generation;Nov97, Vol. 20 Issue 6, p6
Focuses on the record drop in electricity use in Great Britain during the funeral of Diana, Princess of Wales.
- A Queer Death: The Funeral of Diana, Princess of Wales. Stuart, Elizabeth // Theology & Sexuality: The Journal of the Institute for the Study;Sep2000, Vol. 7 Issue 13, p77
Elizabeth Stuart opens her paper by commenting that she feels that the most significant part of Michael Vasey's book, Stranger and Friends, is the final chapter on death. Vasey, she notes is one of the very few people to address the question of sexuality and death and his call for the queering...
- The day England cried. Kantrowitz, Barbara; Pedersen, Daniel // Bulletin with Newsweek;09/16/97, Vol. 116 Issue 6089, p52
Presents information on the funeral of Diana, Princess of Wales. Description of the procession of the cortege to Westminster Abbey; Details on the funeral service and speakers; Hillary Clinton and Mohamed Al Fayed among others who attended the service; Description of the behavior of the monarchy...
- Princess Diana Death Probe: British Media Reports Allegation That Royal's Death Was No Accident. // Moderate Voice;8/19/2013, p11
A blog related to the death of Princess Diana, stating that it was not an accident is discussed.
- The `blood family' has thrown down the gauntlet. But are blood feuds what two vulnerable princes... Riddell, Mary // New Statesman;09/12/97, Vol. 126 Issue 4351, p11
Comments on Earl Spencer's oration during the funeral of his sister, Princess Diana of Wales. Background information on Earl Spencer; How he criticized the paparazzi; Criticisms on the inconsistencies in his thesis.
- A princess dies, a surgeon reflects. Ross, Ian B. // CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;11/15/97, Vol. 157 Issue 10, p1402
Comments on the feeling that the writer had about his reaction to the death of Princess Diana. His reaction as a surgeon to her death; His awareness of the circumstances surrounding the scene in the operating room upon her death; The tragedy of the event.
- Tragedy translates to top dollars for several charities. Higgins, Kevin T. // Marketing News;11/24/97, Vol. 31 Issue 24, p1
In this article the author argues that the death of celebrities benefits charities favored by the deceased. It is reported that charity is a $150-billion-a-year industry in the U.S. with a million organizations whose struggle for market share is complicated by the entry of 10,000 new competitors...
- Should Di's psychic be sued for malpractice for failing to warn her? // NCAHF Newsletter (08903417);Sep/Oct97, Vol. 20 Issue 5, p3
Criticizes psychics for their failure to forewarn Princess Diana of Wales of the accident which took her life. Reliance of Princess Diana upon the advice of psychics; Claim of Diana's astrologer to have sensed the princess' tragic death.