Earlier this week we sent the last issue of 2016 to print!
In it, subscribers will find the following articles:
1. Who is in the Photograph: A Gathering in Coburg, by Ilana D. Miller
2. Losing some battles but starting to win a war: Crown Prince Alexander of Serbia's Defeat and Exile, by Janet Ashton
3. A Most Accomplished Man – Grand Duke Konstantin Konstantinovich of Russia, by Coryne Hall
4. HRH Prince Nicholas of Romania – The Lost Prince of Romania, by Diana Mandache
5. Princess Augusta of Cambridge – Grand Duchess of Mecklemburg-Strelitz (Part 1)
6. Obituary: Prince Friedrich Wilhelm of Prussia (1939-2015), by Arturo E. Beéche
7. Obituary: Duchess Donata of Oldenburg (1950-2015), by Arturo E. Beéche
8. A Reader's Book Review: I did it my way ... The Memoirs of Prince Andreas of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, by Martijn Arts
9. Book Reviews
10. Royal News
This issue completes our 18th year of publication. Inside it, subscribers will find renewal notices and we sincerely hope that you remain along as this year reached the largest number of subscribers since we hagen publication in 1997!
Issue CVII, Volume 18.5 finished shipping on Wednesday afternoon. All copies are traveling toward their destination!
Dear Readers, I hope all is well! We have two new books coming within 6 weeks: From Freedom to Tyranny: The Memoirs of Countess Viktoria-Luise of Solms-Baruth, former Princess Friedrich Josias of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha (Mrs. Richard C.B. Whitten) and Royal Collections: Rare Royal and Princely Images from the Eurohistory Archive. The late Countess wrote her memoirs hoping that one day they would see the light of day. She was the mother of Prince Andreas of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha. Viktoria -Luise was a fascinating woman who besides having pristine royal connections, Kaiser Wilhelm’s first wife was her godmother and great aunt, also led a fascinating life in the interwar period, the Second World War and its aftermath. The Solms-Baruth, a mediatized dynasty, were also one of Germany’s largest landowners, opponents of Hitler and extremely well connected. In her memoirs she tells us about life in the interwar period, the rise of National Socialism, the changes former ruling dynasties experienced, the start of WWII, her marriage to Friedrich-Josias, end of the war, divorce and remarriage to an American officer, as well as her settling in the USA and her views on what it was for a royal to settle in the segregated South! Eurohistory is bringing this book to you! The book is FASCINATING and we added a large photo section to illustrate the author's long life. The printer is shipping copies to us the first week of March 2016!
The second book is the fist volume in what I expect will be a series that will take us several years to complete…The Eurohistory Archive has somewhere around 400,000 images of royalty from 1850-Present. To better share them, I came up with the idea of a photo book series, each volume covering one or more kingdoms. The first is dedicated to Great Britain and has the following chapters:
The Eurohistory Archive Great Britain: A Brief History of the Royal House Queen Victoria (1819-1901) King Edward VII (1841-1910) King George V (1865-1936) King Edward VIII (1894-1972) King George VI (1895-1952) Queen Elizabeth II (b.1926) The Junior Branches of the Royal Family The Dukes of Gloucester The Dukes of Kent The Duke of Edinburgh The Dukes of Connaught The Dukes of Albany The Old Royal Family The Dukes of Cumberland The Dukes of Cambridge Extended Family The Battenbergs: The Marquess Carisbrooke The Tecks: The Marquesses of Cambridge The Earl of Athlone The Mountbattens: The Marquesses of Milford Haven The Earls Mountbatten of Burma
The book has 461 photos and is 264-glossy pages and is scheduled to ship to us the first week in April 2016!