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  2. Edward VII van het Verenigd Koninkrijk - Wikipedia

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    Edward VII en Alexandra werden gekroond in de Westminster Abbey op 9 augustus 1902 door de tachtigjarige Frederick Temple, de aartsbisschop van Canterbury, die vier maanden na de kroning stierf. Eigenlijk was de kroning gepland op 26 juni maar twee dagen daarvoor, op 24 juni, werd bij Edward blindedarmontsteking ontdekt.

  3. Edward VII, in full Albert Edward, (born November 9, 1841, London, England—died May 6, 1910, London), king of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland and of the British dominions and emperor of India from 1901, an immensely popular and affable sovereign and a leader of society. Albert Edward was the second child and eldest son of Queen Victoria and the Prince Consort Albert of Saxe ...

  4. Prince Albert Edward was born at Buckingham Palace on 9 November 1841, the eldest son and second child of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert. Named after his father, he was known to his family and close friends as Bertie. He was created the Prince of Wales on 8 December 1841 and baptised on 25 January 1842 in St George's Chapel, Windsor. He was created the a Knight of the Garter in 1858, a ...

  5. State funeral of Edward VII - Wikipedia

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    The state funeral of Edward VII, King of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland and Emperor of India, occurred on Friday, 20 May 1910.. The funeral was the largest gathering of European royalty ever to take place, with representatives of 70 states, and the last before many royal families were deposed in the First World War and its aftermath.

  6. King Edward VII-class battleship - Wikipedia

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    The ships of the King Edward VII class were 425 feet (130 m) long between perpendiculars and 453 ft 9 in (138.30 m) long overall. They had a beam of 75 ft (23 m) and a draft of 25 ft 8 in (7.82 m). The King Edward VII-class ships were more than a thousand tons heavier than earlier battleships displacing 15,585 to 15,885 long tons (15,835 to ...

  7. Sordid Facts About Edward VII, The Debauched King - Factinate

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    Edward VII returned from his diplomatic trip a changed man. Years of facing his parents’ disappointment had left him a rather shy boy with low self-esteem. The amazing success of his time in North America worked wonders, and suddenly the young man was bursting with confidence.

  8. King Edward VII’s Hospital

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    The UK’s first RefluxStopTM procedure has been performed at King Edward VII’s Hospital, the first operation of its kind in the UK. Mr Nicholas Boyle, founder of RefluxUK, and his team are pioneering the minimally invasive technique which offers a solution to the hundreds of thousands of Britons affected by GORD and the symptoms...

  9. King Edward VII School

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    King Edward VII School is outward looking, community centred and has excellent partnerships and links with many external organisations and stakeholders. It is a School that is calm and purposeful where young people feel safe and happy. It is a School that aims to provide the very best for all learners in an enthusiastic and focused way.

  10. Properties at King Edward VII Estate - City & Country

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    King Edward VII Estate is more than just a place to live; its somewhere to feel completely at home in a tranquil setting. Residents have access to an array of quality on-site facilities including a spa-style swimming pool, steam room and gymnasium.

  11. The royal sex chair of of Edward VII | Boing Boing

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    It’s been dubbed Dirty Bertie’s Throne, aka the royal sex chair of Albert Edward, Prince of Wales, later King Edward VII of England (1841-1910). Edward…was famous for his outsized…