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Queen Victoria, 1819 - 1901, United Kingdom, United Kingdom


An English monarch who ruled for over 60 years, she is the longest lasting queen of England. Her mother is a German princess. Queen Victoria has nine children. She is the grandmother of leaders in three countries - Russia (wife of Nicholas II), Germany (Wilhelm II) and England. She ruled under the constitutional monarchy - the British empire enjoyed tremendous growth in industry, culture, science.
Victoria, , Queen
People type: political leader
Achievement: The Victorian age of England
Queen of England
1819-05-24
1901-01-22
| | | Prince Edward, Duke of Kent and Strathearn,
Edward VII
Weblink: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Queen_Victoria
Miscellaneous notes: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grandchildren_of_Victoria_and_Albert
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