Queen Victoria: A Personal History
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In 1837, Victoria came to the throne at the age of 18, a pretty girl, not five feet tall, to preside over what was, perhaps, the most momentous period in British history. During the 64 years of her reign, she saw thrones fall, empires crumble, new continents explored and mapped, while her own country became the most powerful, richest and most highly developed nation in the world.
This in-depth, personal history of Queen Victoria makes an ideal gift for those who loves all things Victorian.
- 576 pages
- Published in 2001
Size: Approx. 13 cm (w) x 4 (d) x 19.7 cm (h)
Author: Christopher Hibbert
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