Person    | Female  Born 1/12/1844  Died 20/11/1925

Queen Alexandra

Categories: Royalty

Countries: Denmark

Wife of Edward VII, mother of George V. Born at the Amalienborg Palace, Copenhagen, Denmark. As an adult gradually became profoundly deaf. It is said the Queen Victoria learnt the British Sign Language alphabet so as to be able to converse with her daughter-in-law. Died at Sandringham.

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Queen Alexandra

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Queen Alexandra statue

{On a large bronze plaque on the front of the plinth:} Her Majesty Queen Alex...

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Queen Alexandra - SW1

The building behind this monument, Marlborough House, was where Alexandra and...

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Royal Free Hospital - development

The spelling of "honor" is not a mistake on our part.

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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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Queen Alexandra

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Chelsea Hospital for Women

Princess Alexandra was laying the foundation stone for the Chelsea Hospital f...

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Edith Cavell statue

This was the obvious memorial to choose as the first featured memorial for Lo...

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Tower Bridge, 1894 - opening

In 1894 the royal personages listed at the top of the plaque as: Prince of Wa...

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