15. When she became the U.K.’s first female prime minister in 1979.
6. When she had this photo taken on Abbey Road.
2. When Meryl Streep played her in a movie called The Iron Lady.
Oh, and the term “Iron Lady” came from a Soviet defense newspaper describing her in 1976.
1. And if you watch only one 50-second clip of her, WATCH THIS:
RIP, Iron Lady.
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