From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia For other uses, see Edward VII (disambiguation). Edward VII (Albert Edward; 9 November 1841 – 6 May 1910) was King of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland and the British Dominions, and Emperor of India from 22 January 1901 until his death in 1910.
Eduardo VII del Reino Unido (Albert Edward; Londres; 9 de noviembre de 1841 - Ibídem, 6 de mayo de 1910) fue rey del Reino Unido y los dominios de la Mancomunidad Británica y emperador de la India del 22 de enero de 1901 hasta su muerte el 6 de mayo de 1910.
From Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Edward VII (9 November 1841 – 6 May 1910) was the king of the United Kingdom from 1901 to 1910, which is called the Edwardian period. He was the first British monarch whose royal house was called the House of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha.
- 9 August 1902
- 22 January 1901 – 6 May 1910
- 1 January 1903
- Queen Victoria
Edwod VII (Albert Edward; 9 November 1841 – 6 Mey 1910) wis King o the Unitit Kinrick an the Breetish Dominions an Emperor o Indie frae 22 Januar 1901 till his daith in 1910. He wis the first Breetish monarch o the Hoose o Saxe-Coburg an Gotha , which wis renamed the Hoose o Windsor bi his son, George V .
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'Edward VII' es una variedad de manzana, híbrido del cruce de Blenheim Orange x Golden Noble. Desarrollado y criado a partir de 'Blenheim Orange' mediante una polinización de 'Golden Noble', por Rowe of Worcester Inglaterra, (Reino Unido) a principios del siglo XX. Introducido en 1908 en el mercado por el vivero "Barbourne Nurseries", Worcester. Recibió el "Award of Merit" (Premio al merito) de la Royal Horticultural Society (Real Sociedad Hortícola) en 1903. La fruta de este cruce se introdujo en el mercado en 1932. 'Edward VII' se cultiva en la National Fruit Collection con el número de accesión: 1921-015 y Accession name: Edward VII.
'Edward VII' árbol de extensión erguida, de vigor moderadamente vigoroso, portador de espuela. Tiene un tiempo de floración que comienza a partir del 14 de mayo con el 10% de floración, para el 21 de mayo tiene un floración completa (80%), y para el 29 de mayo tiene un 90% caída de pétalos. 'Edward VII' tiene una talla de fruto medio a grande; forma amplia globoso cónica, con una altura de 52.50mm, y con una anchura de 67.00mm; con nervaduras ausentes; epidermis con color de fondo verde brillante, palideciendo a amarillo dorado a medida que madura, importancia del sobre color bajo, y patrón del sobre color lavado de un rojo pálido en la cara expuesta al sol, "russeting" (pardeamiento áspero superficial que presentan algunas variedades) bajo; la piel adquiere una sensación grasosa en la madurez; cáliz grande y parcialmente abierto, ubicado en una cuenca muy poco profunda y ligeramente estriada; pedúnculo medio largo y delgado, colocado en una cavidad medianamente profunda y en fo...
Una buena manzana de uso de postre fresca en mesa. Se usa también como manzana de sidra. En cocina produce un puré rojo translúcido. Es la manzana para tarta favorita en British Columbia, Canadá.Walter Hartmann (Hrsg.): Farbatlas alte Obstsorten, Stuttgart 2000, ISBN 3-8001-3173-0.Martin Stangl (Hrsg.): Obst aus dem eigenen Garten, München 4. Auflage 2000, ISBN 3-405-15046-9.Theodor Engelbrecht: Deutschlands Apfelsorten: illustrirte systematische Darstellung der im Gebiete des Deutschen Pomologen gebaute Apfelsorten, Braunschweig, Vieweg, 1889, beschrieben unter Nr. 42...Dapena, E., Blázquez, M.D. 2009. Descripción de las variedades de manzana de la D.O.P Sidra de Asturias. SERIDA. 69 pp. [disponible en línea: http://www.serida.org/pdfs/4071.pdf].Wikimedia Commons alberga una categoría multimedia sobre Edward VII.
La Clase King Edward VII fue una clase de acorazado pre-dreadnought botados por la Marina Real Británica, entre 1903 y 1905. En respuesta a las marinas de Japón y Estados Unidos de América. Las naves de estas dos naciones eran más pequeñas, pero poseían un superior armamento secundario. La clase King Edgard VII, fueron construidos como respuesta, ...
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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.
King Edward VII had died on 6 May, and following a private lying in state in the Throne Room at Buckingham Palace, on 17 May the coffin was taken in procession to Westminster Hall, where there was a public lying in state. This was the first to be held in the hall for a member of the Royal Family and was inspired by the lying in state of William Gladstone there in 1898. On the first day, thousands of members of the public queued patiently in the rain to pay their respects; some 25,000 people were
The funeral was notable for the enormous number of important European and world royalty who participated in it. The funeral procession saw a horseback procession, followed by 11 carriages.
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The coronation of Edward VII and his wife Alexandra as king and queen of the United Kingdom and the British Dominions, and as emperor and empress of India took place at Westminster Abbey, London, on 9 August 1902. Originally scheduled for 26 June of that year, the ceremony had been postponed at very short notice, because the king had been taken ill with an abdominal abscess that required immediate surgery. In contrast to the previous coronation some 64 years previously, Edward's had been careful
The 1838 coronation of Queen Victoria, Edward VII's mother and predecessor, had been an unrehearsed and somewhat lacklustre event in the Abbey, though the newly extended street procession and celebrations around the country had been a great popular success. The success of Victoria's Golden and Diamond Jubilees had created the expectation that Edward's coronation would be an expression of the nation's status as a great imperial power. In December 1901, an Executive Coronation Committee was formed
By the time of his accession, the 59-year-old Edward was overweight and fond of large meals and cigars. He launched himself into his new role, but his first busy months on the throne were bedevilled by a succession of illnesses and injuries. On 23 June, three days before the date set for the coronation, Edward and his wife, Alexandra of Denmark, returned from Windsor Castle to Buckingham Palace in preparation. Foreign journalists noted that he appeared "worn and pale" and was leaning heavily on
One effect of the postponement was the departure of the foreign delegations, which did not return for the rescheduled ceremony, leaving their countries to be represented by their ambassadors. This made the coronation "a domestic celebration of the British race united by the influence of the Imperial Crown" according to J. E. C. Bodley, the official historian of the event. Among the 8,000 guests at the Abbey were the prime ministers of the British Dominions, thirty-one rulers of the Indian prince
The Procession in State was originally to have included military contingents from Germany, Austria-Hungary, Denmark, Russia and Portugal. However, following the postponement, these returned home, leaving the parade a wholly British and Imperial affair. Out of a total of 30,000 men marching or lining the route, over 2,000 were representatives of colonial, Dominion or Indian forces. The remainder represented every corps and regiment of the British Army, the Royal Navy and the Royal Marines. A proc
Aside from the postponed procession, the final coronation event was the Review of the Fleet on 16 August at Spithead off the coast at Portsmouth. Without bringing a single warship back from any overseas station, the Royal Navy was able to muster 20 battleships, 24 cruisers and 47 destroyers. A number of foreign warships were invited to participate. An estimated crowd of 100,000 watched from the shore or from pleasure steamers and small boats at sea. Although there had been no less than seventeen
Edward was born on 23 June 1894 at White Lodge, Richmond Park, on the outskirts of London during the reign of his great-grandmother Queen Victoria. He was the eldest son of the Duke and Duchess of York (later King George V and Queen Mary). His father was the son of the Prince and Princess of Wales (later King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra).