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Prince of Wales's typhoid recovery

Prince of Wales's typhoid recovery

Event   From 1871 To 1871

Categories: Medicine, Royalty

In 1871 the Prince of Wales (later Edward VII) suffered an attack of typhoid fever (the illness of which his father had died 10 years earlier) while at his home, Sandringham in Norfolk. To everyone's relief he survived.

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Prince of Wales's typhoid recovery

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Temple Bar memorial - Prince of Wales's typhoid recovery

{On the north face, below the statue there is a bronze relief showing Victori...

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