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1665 CE: Anne, future Queen of Britain, is born.
1683 CE: Anne, future Queen of Britain, marries Prince George of Denmark.
1695 CE: Princess Anne, daughter of James II of England, is declared the official heir of William III of England.
1701 CE - 1714 CE: The War of Spanish Succession involves most of Europe.
1702 CE - 1714 CE: Reign of Anne, Queen of Great Britain.
1702 CE: Anne, Queen of Britain is crowned in Westminster Abbey.
1704 CE: Admiral Rooke takes Gibraltar for Britain during the War of Spanish Succession.
1704 CE: John Churchill, Duke of Marlborough masterminds a British victory at Blenheim during the War of Spanish Succession.
1705 CE: The Statute of Anne, Britain's first copyright law is passed.
1707 CE: The Act of Union which formally jonied Scotland with England.
1708 CE: St. Paul’s Cathedral in London is completed.
1712 CE: Anne, Queen of Britain's sole heir William, Duke of Gloucester dies aged 12.
1713 CE - 1715 CE: The Treaty of Utrecht ends the War of Spanish Succession and gains Britain more territories in North America and a monopoly to supply slaves to the Spanish Empire.
1714 CE: Anne, Queen of Great Britain dies of a stroke.