This title deals with the life of Queen Victoria, Britain's longest reigning monarch. The author gives a full account of her life and provides and assessment of the Queen right up until her death in 1901. The book looks at Victoria's ascention to the throne, her marriage to Prince Albert, and her grieving after the prince's death. The title also presents the relationship to her ghillie, John Brown, and her resumption of political and constitutional interests.
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A Safe Haven
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Death Comes for Albert
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