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#792216 - 11/10/12 08:12 PM Queen Victoria  
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Queen Victoria was Britain�s longest reigning monarch, ruling from 1837-1901. She gave her name to the people of her era � the Victorians.

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#792292 - 11/11/12 03:46 PM Re: Queen Victoria [Re: Asha - Dreams Editor]  
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An interesting article Asha, Victoria really was a pocket dynamo one way or another wasn't she? Even more especially for the times. Albert and Victoria certainly did a lot that was positive, appeared to be a great team during their years together, but their descendants have turned out to be quite a mixed bunch.

Their grandson Germany's Kaiser "Bill" probably being the most notorious, he was no friend of democracy and of course partly responsible for the First World War.

Am not a royalist particularly, however think the present Queen does Victoria proud, obviously inherited a mixture of "good", if somewhat diluted by now, genes from her and Albert.



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