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St George’s Day takes place on 25 April, which is historically accepted as being the date of his demise in AD 303.

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St George was beheaded for resigning his army publish and protesting towards his pagan chief, the Emperor Diocletian (245-313 AD), who led Rome’s persecution of Christians.

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The Emperor’s spouse was so impressed by St George’s bravery and loyalty to his faith, that she too turned a Christian and was subsequently executed for her religion.

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St George is the Patron Saint of Scouting and on the Monday nearest to 23 April scouts and guides all through England parade by way of the streets.

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His emblem, a pink cross on a white background was adopted by Richard The Lionheart and dropped at England within the twelfth century, when the king’s troopers would put it on their tunics to keep away from confusion in battle.

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Probably the most well-known legend of St George is of him slaying a dragon. The slaying of the dragon by St George was first credited to him within the twelfth century.

 
   

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