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Victoria, Queen and Empress: A Jubilee Memoir

On 20 June 1887 Queen Victoria celebrated fifty years on the throne.

Victoria, Queen and Empress was released in the Jubilee year as a record and celebration of Victoria’s reign.

G Holden Pike commemorates the Queen’s life through personal and public events during her years on the throne, with the support of notable sources.

What was the Queen like as a person?

How did she treat her family?

How did she treat the public?

With access to Queen Victoria’s diary, Holden Pike shows us an insight into the Queen and Empress’s life that is rarely touched upon.

Holden Pike covers topics such as the Queen’s education, through to Prince Albert’s death, and finally to the Golden Jubilee, alongside other contextually relevant aspects of the Victorian era.

Victoria, Queen and Empress is a distinguished commemorative memoir with plenty of factual reference.

Godfrey Holden Pike (1836-1910) was the sub-editor of The Sword and The Trowel for twenty years. He contributed numerous articles to the magazine, alongside penning many historical and biographical works such as Oliver Cromwell and His Times, and From Slave to College President.

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