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The Victorian era

The Victorian era

The scene depicts the extremities of the Victorian era, presenting the throne room and a workhouse.

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Keywords

, Victoria, Great Britain, England, British Empire, Oliver Twist, throne room, queen, colony, 19th century, ruler, English, modern history, dynasty, uralkodócsalád, social problems, India, history, society

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Questions

  • Which royal dynasty was Queen Victoria a member of?
  • In which century did Queen Victoria reign?
  • Which term applies to Victoria?
  • Who preceded Queen Victoria on the throne of the United Kingdom?
  • Who succeeded Queen Victoria on the throne of the United Kingdom?
  • True of False?\nQueen Victoria was the longest-serving monarch of the United Kingdom.
  • True or false?\nQueen Victoria was determined and confident as a monarch.
  • Which city was NOT part of the British Empire in the 19th century?
  • Which city was NOT part of the British Empire in the 19th century?
  • Which region was NOT part of the British Empire in the 19th century?
  • Which region was NOT part of the British Empire in the 19th century?
  • How did Cape Town become part of the British Empire?
  • Which city was designated the capital of British India in 1772?
  • At what age did Queen Victoria ascend to the throne?
  • What part of the Earth’s total land area was controlled by the British Empire at the beginning of the 20th century?
  • Which saying was true for the British Empire in the Victorian era?
  • What is the period of relative peace lasting from Napoleon's fall until WWI usually referred to?
  • Who or what maintained most workhouses?
  • In which city was Queen Victoria born?
  • In which city did Queen Victoria die?
  • In which century did the predecessors of workhouses appear in England?
  • Which statement is NOT generally true for workhouses?
  • Which statement is NOT generally true for workhouses?
  • Who wrote 'Oliver Twist'?
  • Which of Charles Dickens' novels was written about a boy born in a workhouse?
  • What room was NOT generally found in workhouses?
  • What room was NOT generally found in workhouses?

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