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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #72300: Queen Victoria
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    Queen Victoria

    Queen Victoria    (1819-1901)

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    1. Victoria was the daughter of Edward, the of Kent and Princess Victoria of Saxe-Coburg.
    2. In 1837 Queen Victoria took after the death of her uncle William IV.
    3. During her lifetime England both socially and economically.
    4. On Feb 10th, 1840, Victoria her cousin, Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha.
    5. Together they had nine children - four sons and five .
    6. Victoria did nothing without her husband's .
    7. Albert very often in her royal duties.
    8. The general public, however, did not like the German prince who was named Prince only after seventeen years of marriage.
    9. Albert died from typhoid fever and Victoria remained for ten years.
    10. The term “Victorian England”, for example, stemmed from the Queen's ethics and tastes, which generally reflected those of the middle class.

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