The Great Abdication
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The Great Abdication could refer to:
- The 1936 abdication of Edward VIII of the United Kingdom, where he ultimately relinquished the throne to wed American divorcée, Wallis Simpson.
- According to the eschatology of some branches of Christianity, it is the event where Jesus will relinquish his rule to God the Father.
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