How Did Queen Victoria Influence British History

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The Life of Queen Victoria “The important thing is not what they think of me, but what i think of them.” says Queen Victoria. (Top 100 Most Famous Quotes.) From this quote I can tell that Queen Victoria didn't care what people thought about her. Queen Victoria ruled for 63 years and she was crowned June 20, 1837. She also had nine children Edward II, Victoria, Alice, Alfred, Helena, Louise, Arthur, Leopold, Beatrice. She was also the first monarch to live in the Buckingham Palace. Queen Victoria was a very powerful woman during the Victorian era. Her reign had a big impact on British history. Queen Victoria served as queen from 1877 to 1901. She was also queen of Great Britain and Ireland through those years. She ruled until her death in 1901.…show more content…
Her reign had a big impact on British History. Queen Victoria ruled for a long time. She was very hard working and she was really valued family. She ruled for 64 years. Queen Victoria was a very determined and hardworking lady. (Bio.com) Queen Victoria was the second longest reign monarch, in British History and throughout the years she has had a very big impact on British history. Victoria's reign saw great cultural expansion; advances in industry, science, and communications; and the building of railways and the London Underground. She was also started her reign in June, 1836. She helped women realize they could give birth without pain. Queen Victoria was a prolific writer, writing about 2,500 words every day during her adult life. Most of the dairy’s she wrote in were destroyed but 122 are still in good condition. Queen Victoria is known as the person that redefined Britain's monarchy. She is known for this because she help Britain become what it is now. At just 4ft 11in tall, Victoria was a towering presence as a symbol of her Empire. She and her husband Albert and their nine children came to symbolise a new, confident age. She was educated by her governess Baroness Lehzen, who taught her languages, arithmetic, drawing and music. Her widowed mother was lonely and depended utterly on John Conroy, a servant of her former husband who was bent on
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