Asked by: Zinba Schomacherasked in category: General Last Updated: 19th February, 2020
When did the Edwardian era began?
|King Edward VII by Fildes ( c. 1901)|
|Preceded by||Victorian era|
|Followed by||First World War|
|Monarch(s)||Edward VII George V|
Also to know is, when did the Edwardian era start?
1901 – 1910
Furthermore, what came before Edwardian period? Periods since then are usually referred to by the decade: 20s, 30s etc, although the 40s are often called Wartime and Post war for similar reasons. After Edward VII came George V, then after the brief reign of Edward VIII, George VI. However most people associate “Edwardian” with Edward VII.
Also Know, when was the Edwardian period in England?
The Edwardian era (1901-1914) is the last period in British history to be named after the monarch who reigned over it. Although Edward VII reigned from 1901 to 1910 to be succeeded by George V, the Edwardian period is generally considered to have ended at the outbreak of the First World War in 1914.
What came first Edwardian or Victorian?
So the difference between the Victorian Era and the Edwardian Era in its strictest meaning, is that the Victorian Era was the time in which Victoria was on the throne (1837-1901) and the Edwardian Era was the time in which her son, Edward VII was on the throne (1901-1910).