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Grand Ladies of the Late Victorian and Edwardian Eras
Queen Wilhelmina in 1898
Margaret of Connaught, Queen of Sweden
Princess of Portugal Isabella
Queen Elena of Italy
1893 -Princess Marie Romania
Queen Mary Coronation
Queen Mary at King Edward VII's coronation in 1902
Mary wearing Durbar tiara and Cambridge emeralds
Queen Mother Elizabeth wearing Papyrus Tiara in 1924
Countess Torby 1902
Atention to her waistline Countess Forby
Queen Louise of Denmark
Queen Maud of Norway and Olav
Queen Maud of Norway's coronation gown
Lady Curzon Delhi Durbar gown
PrinzessinCecile Prussia 1918
1911 Consuelo Vanderbilt
Music :Johann Strauss Geschichten aus dem Wienerwald Research by Gogm 1 Photos from Web Helga design 1915 Queen Sophia of Greece
Trends Leading to PEACE. Late 19th Century Europe.
Lesson 1 What do we know already about the Victorian period? Who were the Victorians and when did they live?
Who Ruled after Henry VIII?. Edward VI 9 years old. Very poorly, only on the throne for six years. Helped by advisors. Chose his cousin to succeed him.
The Royal Family of Norway. The Royal Familytree.
Vienna & Johann Strauss Foto © by Hermann Kolb - Wien.
The English Reformation. England and the Church In 1528, King Henry VIII asked the pope to annul, or cancel, his marriage. The pope refused Henrys request.
The Tudors The Tudors reigned from 1485 until There were five Tudor kings and queens: Henry VII, Henry VIII, Edward VI, Lady Jane Grey, Mary I and.
Chapter Read all of page 311 in your text.
Programme: 145 sessions & social events Demos, Posters and Drinks Welcome drink offered by the province of Catania Womens networking coffee.
Charles VII. Louis XI Louis XII & Mary Tudor(daughter of Henry VII and sister of Henry VIII.
The Queen`s Diamond Jubilee Click the Diamond To find Out more.
Royal Maths Ordering and Mathematical Reasoning. Prince Andrew 52 Prince Edward 48 Prince Charles 63 Prince Phillip 90 Prince Harry 27 Prince William.
By BRASSET Juliette & MOTTET Lola.. Edward VI was his name, And his mother was Jane, She was the 3 rd wife of Henry, His two sisters were Elizabeth.
European Monarchs European Geography European Wars European History Vocabulary.
Queen Elizabeth II Aqura Bennett and Namrata Marjit Class 8-2.
Who wants to be a Tudor Millionaire? Todays top prize is guaranteed to be worth the sum of money you win!
Mary Tudor Later to be known as Bloody Mary.. The young Mary. Mary was Henry VIIIs first child. She was a pretty girl who was good at languages, science.
If you want to take a photo of the powder on the noses of the faces of the ladies of the palace of the court of King Carraticus is just passing by. Oh,
By: Brittany W. Keziah C. JR L. Andrew G. Zach R..
Oedipus the King By: AG. First sends his brother-in-law to Oracle to figure out how to catch the murder of the first king. GO TO ORACLE! Uhh?
Charles VII -Reconciled with Burgundians and other provinces. -Increased influence of middle class and royal finances through new taxes. -Created first.
What is the capital of the UK? London What is the capital of France? Paris.
The Descendants of Abraham M. Sherbondy and Lusannah R. Miner A photographic history by Jeanette E. Sherbondy 2007.
HER MAJESTY – QUEEN ELIZABETH THE II. QUEEN ELIZABETH II, 60-YEAR REIN The Royal family.
InventionSharks. Before we get started… You are ALL contestants on the game show InventionSharks Contestants must stay in their seats at all times The.
The Vile Victorians By Ella J. Who were the Victorians and when did they live? They lived from 1837 when Queen Victoria started being Queen until 1901.
Getting to know Queen Elizabeth I. Portrait of Elizabeth at her coronation in 1558 Look at this portrait of Elizabeth I. It was painted to celebrate the.
English Renaissance History The Tudor (and Stuart) Monarchs.
European Cooperation Day 2012 Sharing borders, growing closer A joint success story!
History LO: To understand the timeline of the Tudor period.
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