The Queen Victoria Research Paper

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At the age of 11 Queen Victoria was in succession to the British Crown. Victoria became the Queen at the age 18. Queen Victoria was the great Queen of Britain and Ireland from 1837 to 1901. Victoria had a wonderful gift of drawing, and painting. Queen Victoria was a queen.

Queen Victoria was passionate and strong-minded as a child. Victoria was alway worried to always 'be good'. Victoria always had a lot of energy and strength that was noticeable from when she was a child. She always had a warm heart, she was born with a gift of drawing and painting. “Today is my eighteenth birthday! How old! and yet how far am I from being what I should be. “ Victoria became a journal writer at the age of 13, she also wrote many compositions that had made
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”Victoria had a very richly character, At the age 11 during learning”, she was in succession of the British crown. She promised, she would be good, have great manners, and have great love, "I will be good”. From 1837-1901 Queen Victoria was the Great Queen of Ireland and Britain. Queen Victoria was also a very selfish person, the way she treated her ministers, and keeping ladies waiting for a longer amount of time. The great expansion of Britain was when Queen Victoria expanded Britain and Ireland to 4 million miles and 124 million people, and so there are many more people and land for Britain's empire to expand larger, so they can be very wealthy.

Queen Victoria was a queen. Queen Victoria became a journalist at the age of 13. Victoria was born with a gift of drawing and writing, and she always had a warm heart, and very strong minded as a child. Victoria was born on May 24, 1819, she died on January 22, 1901, and her occupation was as a queen. Lastly she expanded Britain to 4 million miles, and 124 million people so that Britain can be wealthy. She also was a very selfish lady at times with the ministers. Queen Victoria was in succession of the British crown at the age 11. At the age of 18 Victoria became the queen of Britain and Ireland in United
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