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...DEATH OF THE QUEEN ... - Queen Victoria (Alexandrina Victoria; 24th May 1819 – 22nd January 1901) was the monarch of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland from 20 June 1837 until her death. From 1st May 1876, she used the additional title of Empress of India.
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Funeral of Queen Victoria of Great Britain, London, 2 February, 1901

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...DEATH OF THE QUEEN ... - Queen Victoria (Alexandrina Victoria; 24th May 1819 – 22nd January 1901) was the monarch of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland from 20 June 1837 until her death. From 1st May 1876, she used the additional title of Empress of India.

...DEATH OF THE QUEEN ... - Queen Victoria (Alexandrina Victoria; 24th May 1819 – 22nd January 1901) was the monarch of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland from 20 June 1837 until her death. From 1st May 1876, she used the additional title of Empress of India.

DEATH OF THE QUEEN . May 1819 – January was the monarch of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland from 20 June 1837 until her death. From May she used the additional title of Empress of India.

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Queen Victoria's funeral procession passes Paddington rail station
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The funeral of Queen Victoria: th Cortege at Paddington Statio.

Queen Victoria's funeral procession passes Paddington rail station

Queen Victoria's funeral procession passes Paddington rail station
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Queen Victoria in morning, seated facing forward, her hand to her hair and holding a fan, an oval composition. c.1860 Colour lithograph
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Queen Victoria mourning the loss of her beloved husband Prince Albert in He was she

Queen Victoria in morning, seated facing forward, her hand to her hair and holding a fan, an oval composition. c.1860 Colour lithograph

Queen Victoria in morning, seated facing forward, her hand to her hair and holding a fan, an oval composition. c.1860  Colour lithograph
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The Queen Victoria and Prince Albert Sculptures at Frogmore Mausoleum, by Baron Carlo Marochetti
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The Queen Victoria and Prince Albert Sculptures at Frogmore Mausoleum, by Baron Carlo Marochetti

The Queen Victoria and Prince Albert Sculptures at Frogmore Mausoleum, by Baron Carlo Marochetti
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Queen Victoria with two of her son Prince Arthur's children, Princess Margaret (left), and Prince Arthur. Margaret became Queen of Sweden and Arthur married Princess Alexandra of Fife, his 1st cousin once removed and granddaughter of his uncle, King Edward VII.
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Queen Victoria and her grandchildren Princess Margaret of Connaught and Prince Arthur of Connaught I've heard she was such a distant mother - as I was for royalty back then.

Queen Victoria A strict mother, but as a grandmother, used to let her grandchildren play with the dispatch boxes and turn their pet crocodile loose in her rooms.

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Queen Victoria with two of her son Prince Arthur's children, Princess Margaret (left), and Prince Arthur. Margaret became Queen of Sweden and Arthur married Princess Alexandra of Fife, his 1st cousin once removed and granddaughter of his uncle, King Edward VII.

Queen Victoria with two of her son Prince Arthur's children, Princess Margaret (left), and Prince Arthur.  Margaret became Queen of Sweden and Arthur married Princess Alexandra of Fife, his 1st cousin once removed and granddaughter of his uncle, King Edward VII.
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Funeral procession of Queen Victoria, who was conveyed from Osborne to Portsmouth on Friday, 1 Feb 1901, & on the following day was conveyed from Portsmouth to London & from London to Windsor into St George’s Chapel, where a Funeral Service was held conducted by The Archbishop of Canterbury, The Bishop of Winchester & The Dean of Windsor.
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The funeral procession on the West Steps

In September 1852 the parish of St Mary in North Marston, Buckinghamshire, a benefice of the Dean and Canons of Windsor, made the news. The parish had a longstanding claim to fame – it had been the burial place of .

Funeral procession of Queen Victoria, who was conveyed from Osborne to Portsmouth on Friday, 1 Feb 1901, & on the following day was conveyed from Portsmouth to London & from London to Windsor into St George’s Chapel, where a Funeral Service was held conducted by The Archbishop of Canterbury, The Bishop of Winchester & The Dean of Windsor.

Funeral procession of Queen Victoria, who was conveyed from Osborne to Portsmouth on Friday, 1 Feb 1901, & on the following day was conveyed from Portsmouth to London & from London to Windsor into St George’s Chapel, where a Funeral Service was held conducted by The Archbishop of Canterbury, The Bishop of Winchester & The Dean of Windsor.

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The Diamond Jubilee became the theme for many songs, poems and odes to Queen Victoria during the year 1897, such as this piece of music, ‘The Longest Reign’, composed by Ezra Read.    Supplied by Royal Archives  © HM Queen Elizabeth II 2012  RCIN 2942076

The Diamond Jubilee became the theme for many songs, poems and odes to Queen Victoria during the year such as this piece of music, ‘The Longest Reign’, composed by Ezra Read. Supplied by Royal Archives © HM Queen Elizabeth II 2012 RCIN 2942076

Very rare photo of Queen Victoria lying on a chaise, next to photos of her family. Notice the largest photo is of her late husband, Prince Albert.

Very rare photo of Queen Victoria lying on a chaise, next to photos of her family. Notice the largest photo is of her late husband, Prince Albert.

Victoria with Wilhelm and Charlotte.

Queen Victoria’s daughter Empress Victoria with her oldest two children Wilhelm and Charlotte all in mourning, probably for their (great)grandmother, the Duchess of Kent, who had died on 16 March These are people that parts of Canada were named for!

Portrait of Princess Louise and Princess Helena, two of the daughters of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert

Portrait of Princess Louise and Princess Helena, two of the daughters of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert. Taken in June 1860 as part of a portrait sitting. From the Royal Collection [in Portraits of Royal Children

Politie arresteert demonstrante voor vrouwenkiesrecht (1916).

Suffragette (women’s rights movement) Emmeline Pankhurst being arrested after protesting near Buckingham Palace.

British police arresting a suffragette for protesting in favor of her right to vote, 1913.

British police arresting a suffragette for protesting in favor of her right to vote, 1913

SUFRAGISMO: Emmeline Pankhurst fue una de las fundadoras del movimiento sufragista británico. Su nombre está asociado con la lucha por el derecho a voto para las mujeres en el período inmediatamente anterior a la Primera Guerra Mundial. En la imagen está siendo arrestada delante del palacio de Buckingham el 22 de Mayo de 1914.

Emmeline Pankhurst arrested outside Buckingham Palace, I have a copy of this photograph posted in my bedroom. After every election I participate in, I place my "I Voted" sticker on it.

Grace Brewster Murray Hopper (09DEC1906 – 01JAN1992), née Grace Brewster Murray aka Amazing Grace invented the first compiler for a programming language, helped develop COBOL (one of the first high-level programming languages), and popularized the term “debugging” after removing a moth from a computer. She was also a US Navy Rear Admiral and an avid teacher, among her many accomplishments. The U.S. Navy Arleigh Burke class guided-missile destroyer USS Hopper (DDG-70) is named for her.

GRACE HOPPER (computer scientist, invented the first compiler which is a program that translates a computer language like Java into machine code, every single program and operating system computers use today was made possible by her first compiler)

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