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Jamillia peace convention 1925

Spanish Peace Summit

With a country polarized by the question of neutrality in world conflicts, Spain, in the early 1900's held several peace summits and conventions to discuss the pros/cons of any involvement in warfare. This photograph submitted by the grandson of the boy in the front row shows what looks to be the former Queen of Naboo, Jamillia, herself. Whether this was a noble from an Asian country on earth or actually Jamillia is difficult to tell. Face painting along with the fan-like hair decorations were common in Asia, however this particular style has never surfaced before.

A photograph of Queen Jamillia at a peace summit on earth does parallel the fictional account of her quest to retain democracy in both Naboo and in the Republic. The exact date and place of this photograph is currently unkown.

The grandson of the boy knew little of his grandfathers life and his involvement in Spanish politics. He did remember him speaking of "sparkling air-ships" which would come when his father had "important business" to take care of. It is possible, this refers to a Naboo Cruiser with it's chrome-like finish on it's exterior. We are currently working with the individual to gain more contacts and possibly more evidence of Jamillia in Spain!

Evidence #ISWWR0000002

Submitted by W. Beringer 

Below: An illustration of Queen Jamillia

 
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