Victoria, Queen

Victoria, Queen

(1819–1901) queen of Great Britain and Ireland (1837–1901). [Br. Hist.: NCE, 2886]
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One such example was claimed to be the declaration of the Crimean War against Russia in 1853, which Queen Victoria supposedly signed as "Victoria, Queen of Great Britain, of war either.
They also created jewelry for European royalty including Queen Victoria, Queen Elizabeth, the Prince of Wales, Princess Grace of Monaco and the last czar of Russia.
Millions of spectators lined the banks of the river to watch Cunard's three queens - The Queen Victoria, Queen Elizabeth and the Queen Mary 2 - line up on the waterfront in a tribute to the line's roots.
History unfolds through the ages, King Harold, Vikings, Henry VIII, Shakespeare, Queen Victoria, Queen Elizabeth all just a snapshot of the 90-minute show with every story told to a powerful soundtrack and brilliant special effects.
The clock tower bears a Royal coat of arms and the inscription 'Victoriae Reginae Dei Gratia L Annos Feliciter Regnanti Cives Posuerunt' which translates as 'For Victoria, Queen by the grace of God, in commemoration of 50 years of fortunate reign; erected by the citizens.'
Addressing Queen Victoria, Queen Elizabeth's great, great grandmother, Baha'u'llah praised Britain's efforts to end the slave trade and implement direct democratic rule.
"What's a mango?" It's one of many pertinent questions Victoria, Queen of Britain and Empress of India asks aloud, as she learns about the exotic world that lies beyond her little island.
The gravestone which Victoria had erected over Lehzen's grave bears the inscription: "Dedicated in gratitude to the faithful mentor of her youth by Victoria, Queen of Great Britain".
What does a 'little film' about the friendship between Victoria, Queen of England (and Empress of India), and her Indian footman and Urdu teacher have to say about a contemporary and growing issue like depression?
The Queen Victoria, Queen Mary 2, Queen Elizabeth, The Aquitania, The Lusitania and The Mauretania accommodation all have Mersey views and were "launched" by Cunard Captain Christopher Wells.
Trained at West Ilsley by Lord Huntingdon, Unknown Quantity was a first winner for the Queen in north America Vis for Victoria, Queen; who dispersed the Royal Stud at Hampton Court when she came to the throne in 1838 - only to revive the operation 15 years later.

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