Ladies & Gentlemen,
in Victoria II you carefully guide your nation from the era of absolute monarchies in the early 19th century, through expansion and colonization, to finally become a truly great power by the dawn of the 20th century. You take control of your country, guiding it through industrialisation, political reforms, military conquest and colonisation in the political simulation where every action you take will have various consequences over all the world.
Here are a few of the women that had an impact on the era:
Queen Victoria (1819-1901) - How I Changed The World:
As the longest reigning monarch in British history, I ruled the island kingdom through its second Golden Age, overseeing a great expansion of the Empire and earning the title Empress of India. The first years of my reign were under the guidance of my beloved husband Albert, and I encouraged his modern, reformist ideas. After his death, I became a symbol of stability and moral rectitude - the very model of a British matron that I encouraged all women to follow. Even more importantly, my long reign intentionally divorced from the political battles of a rapidly growing nation set the standard for constitutional monarchy in Great Britain; a marked contrast to many of my Hanoverian predecessors. The entire era has adopted my name, and I hear that games are called after me.
You May Not Know This:
Through my reign, ten different men were Prime Minister of Great Britain forming 20 different governments.
Read the full list here: