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  1. 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.

  2. Eduardo VII (Londres, 9 de novembro de 1841 – Londres, 6 de maio de 1910) foi Rei do Reino Unido e da Irlanda, dos Domínios Britânicos e Imperador da Índia de 22 de janeiro de 1901 até sua morte, sendo o primeiro monarca britânico da Casa de Saxe-Coburgo-Gota.

  3. Edward VII (r.1901-1910) 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.

  4. 07/04/2021 · By 1910, Edward VII's years of smoking 12 cigars and more than 20 cigarettes a day brought on a severe case of bronchitis. During an official event in France, he momentarily lost consciousness ...

  5. Eduardo nasceu em 23 de junho de 1894, em White Lodge, Richmond Park, nos arredores de Londres, durante o reinado de sua bisavó, a rainha Vitória. [1] Era o filho mais velho do duque e duquesa de Iorque (futuros rei Jorge V e rainha Maria) e neto dos príncipe e princesa de Gales (futuros rei Eduardo VII e rainha Alexandra) pelo lado paterno e do duque e duquesa de Teck (Francisco e Maria ...

  6. 1892–1910 también: Conde de Inverness y barón Killarney (1892); príncipe de Gales, duque de Cornualles y duque de Rothesay (1901) 3 de junio de 1865 Marlborough House Eduardo VII y Alejandra de Dinamarca: María de Teck 6 de julio de 1893 6 hijos 20 de enero de 1936 (70 años) Sandringham House, Sandringham

  7. 20th century. On the death of Queen Victoria in 1901, the Prince became King Edward VII and he subsequently became the hospital's first patron. On 9 August 1901, in recognition of their services to the wounded from South Africa, the king conferred the Royal Red Cross to both sisters.