How many years did queen victoria rule for?
63 years, 7 months and 2 days.
She began her rule on the 20th June 1837 after her uncle, William IV died aged 71. Her rule ended on the 22nd January 1901 when she died aged 81. She is currently the longest reigning British monarch, followed by her great-great granddaughter, Elizabeth II who celebrates her 60 year reign on the 6th February 2012.
At the time when Victoria separated from New South Wales, the colonies of Australia were still under British rule. Queen Victoria was the reigning monarch of the time, so it was prudent to honour her by naming a state after her. It was she who signed the Letters Patent permitting Victoria to separate from New South Wales, after all.
Queen Victoria's reign Queen Victoria was Queen of the United Kingdom of Great and Ireland. The title "Queen (or King) of England has not existed since 1707. She reigned from 20th June 1837 until her death on 22nd January 1901. Her reign is known as The Victorian Era. Some historians label periods of history by the dynasty of the monarch - Queen Victoria was the last Hanoverian monarch.
Queen victoria help people to read and to learn about the bible. She also gave a bible to an african chief as a secret of England's greatness. She gave that bible to him because queen victoria said: This bible helped us rise us and now this bible will rise you to. And she also had make a rule to make sure that every house had 3 or 4 bibles.
The Australian state of Victoria was named after England's Queen Victoria who, in 1837, at the age of 18, succeeded her uncle, William IV, to the throne to become the last monarch of the House of Hanover. At the time when Victoria separated from New South Wales, the colonies of Australia were still under British rule. Queen Victoria was the reigning monarch of the time, so it was prudent to honour her by naming a…
No. However, Singapore was under Queen Victoria's rule when it was a colonial country. Queen Victoria is the longest reigning queen in the history of UK. She ruled Singapore for the longest throughout her reign. Although she has never set foot on Singapore, she did make a significant impact on Singapore. She allowed Singapore to progress well under her reign and she helped strengthen the economy of this island. To commemorate her, Singapore had many…