St. Queen Victoria V was queen of the United Kingdom of Molvania and St. Augustine from 1237 B.U.K. to 1114 B.U.K. Her reign was cut short by the besiege of Molvania by the Athenian Naval Forces. Victoria the V was later hanged in the Public square of Molvania city and burned at the stake for refusing to convert to Tellawowism. Today she is considered a great hero to Russian Ideology and in the Athenian Faith is a saint and Martyr.