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The Reign of Sobhuza II

Sobhuza II was the longest-reigning monarch in the world. He took the throne of Swaziland on December 10, 1899 after the death of his father, Ngwane V. Sobhuza II ended his reign the day he died, August 21, 1982. His reign lasted 82 years and 254 days.

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