Queen Victoria's children

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Alan Sutton, 1986 - Biography & Autobiography - 182 pages
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Queen Victoria and Albert, the Prince Consort, had nine children who, despite their very different characters, remained a close-knit family. Inevitably, as they married into European royal families their loyalties were divided and their lives dominated by political controversy. This is not only the story of their lives in terms of world impact, but also of personal achievements in their own right, individual contributions to public life in Britain and overseas, and as the children of Queen Victoria and the Prince Consort.

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User Review  - Carolyn - Goodreads

Interesting and easy to read. I was pleased that it continued after Victoria's death, truly telling the story of their lives and not just their relationships with their mother. However there did seem ... Read full review

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User Review  - Ellen Turnbaugh - Goodreads

Helps to see a family early, before they spread out to all of Europe. Read full review

Contents

Every family feeling rent asunder 186172
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Fresh blood 187286
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Victorian sunset 18871901
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