Queen victoria

Queen Victoria

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    Queen Victoria reigned over Great Britain and Ireland from June 20, 1837, until she died on Jan. 22, 1901. She was also the first Empress of India, serving in that capacity from May 1, 1876, until her death. Victoria, christened Alexandrina Victoria, was born on May 24, 1819, at Kensington Palace, London, England.
  • 1819

    Victoria, daughter of Edward, Duke of Kent and Victoria of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfield, is born at Kensington Palace on May 24th.
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    When she was a baby in 1820, her father died. Her childhood was boring because her mother was very protective. She received a very strict education with her uncle Leopold because he was austere. At twelve years old, she knew that she had to become queen. She became queen when she was eighteen. She succeeded to her uncle William the fourth.
  • 1837

    On June 20th, Victoria, at age 18, becomes Queen of England, succeeding her uncle William IV.
  • 1840

    Marriage of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert on February 10th.
  • 1840

    Marriage of Queen Victoria to Prince Albert; Penny post starts; Annexation of New Zealand.
  • 1842

    attempted assanation of queen victoria
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    crimean war
  • 1857

    ninth child of queen victoria was born
    1) princess victoria 1840
    2)prince albert 1841
    3)princess alice maude mary 1843
    4)prince alfred 1844
    5)princess helena 1846
    6)princess lois 1848
    7)prince arthur 1850
    8)prince leopald 1853
    9)princess beatrice 1857
  • 1877

    victoria became empress of india
  • 1885

    The Fall of Khartoum; The motor car is invented; The Indian National Congress is started in Bombay to help Indians play a larger role in the government of their country, which is under British rule.
  • 1887

    queen victoria celebrates her golden jubilee 40th anniversary of her accession to the throne.
  • 1897

    Queen Victoria celebrates her Diamond Jubilee, 50th anniversary of her accession to the throne.
  • 1901

    death of queen victoria