Queen Victoria Research Paper

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Victoria Lin
World History
Period 4
March 23, 2018
Queen Victoria Queen Victoria was the longest reigning British monarch. She ruling the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland for 63 years. Queen Victoria married with Prince Albert. They have nine children and their children married into royal and noble families across the Europe, people gave her a sobriquet “the grandmother of Europe”. Moreover , Queen Victoria is the first empress of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland and India. Victoria's reign saw great civilization ; advances in industry, science and communications; and the development of railways and improved economic progress. The name of Queen Victoria symbolize a prosperous times. Victoria’s
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When Victoria accused to Melbourne who is a men influenced her life. She complained that her mother's close almost promised "torment for many years", Melbourne said it could be avoided by marriage, which Victoria called a "shocking alternative". Victoria showed interest in Albert’s education, prepared for the future role, he would have to be her husband. After a short while, they were married on 10 February 1840. Albert became an important political adviser as well as the Queen's associate, replacing Lord Melbourne as the dominant, influencing half of her life. Additionally, Albert tried to fix up the relationship between Victoria and her mother. Victoria’ first pregnancy in 1840, in the beginning of the pregnancy, when she was riding in a carriage with Prince Albert on the way to visit Duchess, Edward Oxford tried to assassinate her. Fortunately, Edward Oxford was not reach his mission. Eventually, this incident caused Victoria's popularity soared. In 21 November 1840, Victoria’s first daughter, as well as named Victoria, was born. Queen Victoria really hated pregnancy, breast-feeding, and she thought newborn babies were ugly. Nevertheless, over the next seventeen years, she and Albert had eight children. Moreover, most of her kids married into the other Europe Royal…show more content…
After the India Rebellion’ s impact, the British East India Company was dissolved, and India government was transferred from the East India Company to the Crown. Indian subcontinent were officially incorporated into the British Empire by Britain's lead and protectorates. The Queen viewed the collision with a fair balanced vision, and condemned outages on both sides. The result of this bloody civil war lead her felt apprehension and anguish. In the 1874 general election, Disraeli was recovered the power. In addition, on 1 May 1876, Victoria took the title "Empress of India". Queen Victoria is a successful powerful leader. British people really respect her. Queen Victoria was totally independent and although she faced decreasing direct political control, she strengthened the monarchy by redefining its role in British life. During Victoria's reign, the British overseas Empire achieved its greatest size and power. At that time , British was called “The empire on which the sun never sets”
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