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by Kate Hubbard

  • Author: Kate Hubbard
  • ISBN: 1904095321
  • ISBN13: 978-1904095323
  • ePub: 1199 kb | FB2: 1723 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Europe
  • Publisher: Short Books Ltd (May 19, 2003)
  • Pages: 24
  • Rating: 4.3/5
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Queen Victoria: the Woman Who Ruled the (Who Was.?) ePub download

Suddenly it seemed the woman who had made the monarchy so strong would destroy it. Could anyone persuade her to be Queen again?

Victoria was just 18 when she was crowned Queen in 1837 – a tiny figure, with a will of iron. Never was there so queenly a queen. She made Britain great and the people loved her for it. But in 1861 tragedy struck, when her husband Albert died. Suddenly it seemed the woman who had made the monarchy so strong would destroy it. Could anyone persuade her to be Queen again? Short Books is re-releasing some of its finest writing as a newly designed series of six children's biographies called The Great Victorians.

Queen Victoria (Who Wa. .Victoria was just 18 years old when she was crowned Queen in 1837 - a tiny figure, with a will of iron. She made Britain great, and the people loved her for it. In 1861 tragedy struck, when her husband Albert died. The little Queen loved dogs and cream cakes and the troops who fought for her, but most of all she loved Albert.

Victoria was just 18 when she was crowned Queen in 1837 - a tiny figure, with a will of iron . Could anyone persuade her to be Queen again? Product Identifiers. Kate Hubbard's first book, a short life of Bess of Hardwick, was published in 2001, followed by three children's books - biographies of Charlotte Bronte and Queen Victoria and 'Rubies in the Snow', the fictionalised diary of Anastasia Romanov. Her most recent book, 'Serving Victoria' follows the lives of six members of the Queen's household.

Victoria was just 18 years old when she was crowned Queen in 1837 - a tiny figure, with a will of iron. Dumb with grief, she hid herself away. Suddenly it seemed that the woman who had made the monarchy so strong would destroy it. Could anyone persuade Victoria to be Queen again? show more.

Hubbard, Kate (1 June 2017). Queen Victoria: The woman who ruled the world". The History Press – via Google Books. Hibbert, Christopher (2000) Queen Victoria: A Personal History, London: HarperCollins

Hubbard, Kate (1 June 2017). Short Books – via Google Books. Kiste, John Van der (1 January 1980). Hibbert, Christopher (2000) Queen Victoria: A Personal History, London: HarperCollins, ISBN 0-00-638843-4, p. 299 St Aubyn, Giles (1991) Queen Victoria: A Portrait, London: Sinclair-Stevenson, ISBN 1-85619-086-2, p. 346. ^ a b Ridley, Jane.

Queen Victoria by Kate Hubbard (Paperback, 2004). Minimal damage to the book cover eg. scuff marks, but no holes or tears. Pre-owned: lowest price. The lowest-priced item that has been used or worn previously. If this is a hard cover, the dust jacket may be missing. Binding has minimal wear.

In a world where women were often powerless, during a century roiling with change, Victoria went on to rule the most powerful country on earth with a decisive hand

Revolution would threaten many of Europe's monarchies in the coming decades. In Britain, a generation of royals had indulged their whims at the public's expense, and republican sentiment was growing. In a world where women were often powerless, during a century roiling with change, Victoria went on to rule the most powerful country on earth with a decisive hand. Fifth in line to the throne at the time of her birth, Victoria was an ordinary woman thrust into an extraordinary role.

The woman who ruled the world. Victoria was just 18 when she was crowned Queen in 1837 – a tiny figure, with a will of iron. Books related to The Story of Queen Victoria. The little Queen loved dogs and cream cakes and the troops who fought her wars but most of all she loved Albert. Dumb with grief she hid herself away. Who Was Queen Victoria? Jim Gigliotti.

Victoria was just 18 years old when she was crowned Queen in 1837 - a tiny figure, with a will of iron. Never was there so queenly a queen. She made Britain great, and the people loved her for it. In 1861 tragedy struck, when her husband Albert died. The little Queen loved dogs and cream cakes and the troops who fought for her, but most of all she loved Albert. Dumb with grief, she hid herself away. Suddenly it seemed that the woman who had made the monarchy so strong would destroy it. Could anyone persuade Victoria to be Queen again?