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  1. 07/01/2020 · For 158 years now, it has continued to be the well-worn and widely accepted conclusion that Albert, Prince Consort to Queen Victoria, died an untimely death by typhoid fever on 14 December 1861. Without recourse to detailed research or the challenging of past conclusions, this cause of death has been repeated from one source to the next as a given.

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  2. 04/03/2019 · His doctors argued over the possible causes, citing "low" fever, a form of gastric infection, or the mundane rigors of stress and overworking himself, a trait for which he was famous in both his ...

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  3. 04/03/2019 · as for the real prince albert's death, exactly when the symptoms of his fatal illness started is not entirely clear to history-notes of purchase from both the prince himself and the royal...

  4. 24/03/2022 · Up till the age of 10, Prince Albert suffered repeated attacks of croup brought on by the slightest cold. How Did Prince Albert Die? Prince Albert died from typhoid fever on 14 December 1861 at Windsor Castle with Queen Victoria and five of his children at his bedside. Gideon Baiden

  5. 24/08/2019 · Albert’s death Just a few weeks later, Albert was diagnosed with typhoid and he died on 14 December 1861, aged 42. Victoria was devastated. She blamed her husband’s death on worry over Edward’s...

  6. 04/03/2019 · How Albert's death impacted the nation. Regardless of its cause, the Prince Consort's passing had a powerful impact on England. In addition to the enormous success of his brainchild, the Great Exhibition, which endeared him to the people, it was also well known that Albert had taken an active role in the monarchy, frequently serving in the queen's stead when she was unable to attend to state ...