Nato’s seventy fifth anniversary celebrated with Buckingham Palace efficiency

To mark the seventy fifth Anniversary of Nato, the organisation’s hymn was carried out outdoors Buckingham Palace through the Altering of the Guard ceremony.

Carried out by the Band of the Welsh Guards, the musical tribute honoured the Transatlantic Alliance which was shaped on 4 April 1949. At present Nato consists of 32 member states.

A video of the efficiency was shared by the Royal Household on social media.

Nato will have a good time its anniversary on 4 April at their headquarters in Brussels, and in Washington in July the place its founding treaty was signed. 

“To have a good time the seventy fifth anniversary of Nato, the Band of the Welsh Guards performed the Nato hymn through the Altering of the Guard ceremony at Buckingham Palace this morning,” tweeted the Royal Household.

The anthem itself was created by a member of the Royal Air Power when Squadron Chief J.L. Wallace merged all of the nationwide anthems of the then 15 member states to create the music. It turned the official hymn in 1989.

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