Queen Victoria. She married her first cousin, Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, in 1840. Their nine children married into royal and noble families across the continent, tying them together and earning her the nickname "the grandmother of Europe".

Queen Victoria. She married her first cousin, Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, in 1840. Their nine children married into royal and noble families across the continent, tying them together and earning her the nickname "the grandmother of Europe".

How does Donald Trump compare to Mother Teresa? Or how about Queen Victoria and JFK?Who exactly is Rex Tillerson?This versatile set of 32 biography cards can be used in numerous ways.Firstly, they will test your students in their Common Core reading skills.Secondly, they will enable them to structure and write biographies of their own.Thirdly, they provide a platform for you as a teacher to critically evaluate your students writing with feedback which they will find engaging; encouraging…

How does Donald Trump compare to Mother Teresa? Or how about Queen Victoria and JFK?Who exactly is Rex Tillerson?This versatile set of 32 biography cards can be used in numerous ways.Firstly, they will test your students in their Common Core reading skills.Secondly, they will enable them to structure and write biographies of their own.Thirdly, they provide a platform for you as a teacher to critically evaluate your students writing with feedback which they will find engaging; encouraging…

Queen Victoria. (in 1874 she lambasted  Princess Alice who had the temerity to support the idea that Victoria should meet the family of Prince Alfred’s intended bride, the Grand Duchess Marie of Russia, on the continent prior to the marriage, ‘... I do not think, dear child, that you should tell me who have been nearly twenty years longer on the throne than the Emperor of Russia and am Doyenne of Sovereigns, and who am a Reigning Sovereign, which the Empress is not, what I ought to do!’),

Queen Victoria. (in 1874 she lambasted Princess Alice who had the temerity to support the idea that Victoria should meet the family of Prince Alfred’s intended bride, the Grand Duchess Marie of Russia, on the continent prior to the marriage, ‘... I do not think, dear child, that you should tell me who have been nearly twenty years longer on the throne than the Emperor of Russia and am Doyenne of Sovereigns, and who am a Reigning Sovereign, which the Empress is not, what I ought to do!’),

from jaehakim.com: Born in Paris, New York-based author Anka Muhlstein has written biographies of James Mayer de Rothschild, Robert Chevalier de la Salle and Queen Victoria.

Go Away With ... Anka Muhlstein

from jaehakim.com: Born in Paris, New York-based author Anka Muhlstein has written biographies of James Mayer de Rothschild, Robert Chevalier de la Salle and Queen Victoria.

Queen Victoria and Prince Albert and their children. This portrait presented a beautiful and domestic scene, with the Queen at the center.

FAMOUS FAMILIES: A bit of royal Battenberg-Mountbatten-Hicks family history

Queen Victoria and Prince Albert and their children. This portrait presented a beautiful and domestic scene, with the Queen at the center.

Victoria, Queen and Empress, 1882 - Hulton Royals Collection/Hulton Archive/Getty Images

Victoria: The Queen Whose Name Defined an Age

Victoria, Queen and Empress, 1882 - Hulton Royals Collection/Hulton Archive/Getty Images

Queen Victoria's Mysterious Daughter: A Biography of Princess Louise

Queen Victoria's Mysterious Daughter: A Biography of Princess Louise (Paperback)

Queen Victoria's Mysterious Daughter: A Biography of Princess Louise

Engraved portrait of Queen Victoria - Print Collector/Getty Images

Six Things You Should Know About Queen Victoria

The birth on this day 24th May, 1819, of Queen Victoria (1819-1901) - Pt 1/3 Click to watch part one of three interesting videos

The birth on this day 24th May, 1819, of Queen Victoria (1819-1901) - Pt 1/3 Click to watch part one of three interesting videos

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