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(Date Posted:06-11-2017 3:39 PM)
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On 3 November 1817 the 21 year old Princess Charlotte, wife of Prince Leopold of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld and only child of George, Prince of Wales went into labour with her first child. Princess Charlotte was second in line to the Throne after her father the Prince of Wales, whose own father, King George III, reigned in name only, confined as insane at Windsor. 
Her labour was a difficult one and one which neither she nor her child survived; the baby, a boy stillborn on 5 November was followed to the grave by Charlotte the following morning, 200 years ago today.
This left the country with a succession crisis. At the time King George III had seven sons and five daughters living, and yet between the 12 of them there was not a single legitimate grandchild. Of his seven sons only three were married, George, Frederick and Ernest; George's only child, as we have seen, was dead while Frederick and Ernest had yet to father a living child. The other four sons had all taken mistresses or contracted unlawful marriages, and produced a brood of illegitimate children. All were in debt, so Parliament made them an offer - marry and produce an heir and we'll pay off your debts. They jumped at the chance and the spring and summer of 1818 saw an unseenly rush to the altar as three of them (plus one of their sisters for good measure) got married.
The third son Edward, Duke of Kent fathered a daughter in 1819, Alexandrina Victoria, before he died and thus this girl became heir after her uncles, we know her as Queen Victoria.
Had Princess Charlotte not died in 1817 Victoria would not have been born and what the world knows as the Victorian era would never have happened and the world would be a different place.        

 
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RE:The 1817 Succession Crisis
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Just shows you how just one piece of As* can change the world in such away as her reign did eh!

I asked the Major about this in an e-mail Mark but unfortunately he isn't back with us yet.

What do you know of the Piper Alpha and the North Sea. 
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RE:The 1817 Succession Crisis
(Date Posted:07-11-2017 2:39 AM)

It was an explosion and fire which destroyed the Piper Alpha oil rig in the North Sea in July 1988, 167 were killed. 
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RE:The 1817 Succession Crisis
(Date Posted:07-11-2017 1:53 PM)

Did it ever change the way oil rigs were built or improve safety conditions for later rigs.
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RE:The 1817 Succession Crisis
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The subsequent enquiry made over 100 safety recommendations. What's this got to do with Princess Charlotte?
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Re:The 1817 Succession Crisis
(Date Posted:07-11-2017 5:49 PM)

 The subsequent enquiry made over 100 safety recommendations. What's this got to do with Princess Charlotte?

Nothing really, I was just giving you a chance to start another topic on that subject because no one seems to be putting any in put to this one.


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RE:The 1817 Succession Crisis
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I've revived this thread as today is the 200th anniversary of two important Royal marriages that spring directly from the events described in the opening post above, so it's best read again, if you're interested that is, to set the scene.
The "rush to the altar" reached its climax on 13 July 1818 when two of King George III's middle-aged sons got married at Kew Palace. King George's third son William, Duke of Clarence aged 52 married Adelaide of Saxe-Meiningen while his younger brother Edward, Duke of Kent aged 50 married Victoria of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfield.
William fathered two daughters, but both died in infancy. Edward fathered a girl Victoria who became Queen in 1837 and gave her name to an era known the world over.
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