What was the Impact of queen victoria's hemophilia?

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Queen Victoria herself did not have hemophilia she was just a carrier for it. The impact for her being a carrier for hemophilia was catastrophic. Many historians would say that because of her transfering the gene for hemophilia to two daughers and a
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Queen Victoria was queen of England for 64 years. She is to date the longest reigning monarch of the British Empire. She died January 22, 1901 at the age of 81 from a cerebral hemorrhage
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Actually, there weren't that many descendants of Victoria who suffered from it. Of her four sons, only one had it. More of her descendants were NOT hemophiliacs or carriers than were
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Queen Victoria became Queen of England on the 20th June 1837. She ruled up until her death on the 22nd January 1901. From the 1st May 1876, she was also titled 'The Empress of India
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