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16 Edward VIII was King of the United Kingdom from January to December 1936. History > European 03/08/09
17 George VI was King of the United Kingdom from 1936 to 1952. History > European 03/08/09
18 Frederick William I was known as the "Soldier King" and ruled from 1713 to 1740. History > European 03/05/09
19 Charles II the Bald was the grandson of Charlemagne. History > European 03/04/09
20 Hugh Capet began the Capetian Dynasty in 987. History > European 03/03/09
21 Peter II of Russia ruled from 1727 to 1730. History > European 03/03/09
22 Elizabeth II became the Queen of the United Kingdom on February 6, 1952. History > European 03/02/09
23 Catherine I (the Great) of Russia ruled from 1725 to 1727. History > European 03/02/09
24 Anna of the Romanov Dynasty succeeded Peter II as ruler of Russia and ruled from 1730 to 1740. History > European 03/01/09
25 Alexander II ruled from 1855 until his assassination in 1881. History > European 02/28/09
26 Michael I of the Romanov Dynasty ruled from 1613 to 1645. History > European 02/27/09
27 Benjamin Disraeli was twice Prime Minister of Great Britain. History > European 02/15/09
28 The Carlsbad Decrees was published by Klemens von Metternich to stop the spread of enlightened thought. History > European 02/15/09
29 Luddites often destroyed machines during the Industrial Revolution, for they felt the machines were leaving them without work. History > European 02/11/09
30 The Mines Acts of 1842 forbade women and children under the age of ten to work underground. History > European 02/10/09




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