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The theme in this issue is HOHENLOHE-LANGENBURG, a small mediatized principality in northern Baden-Württemberg with lots of connections to other European dynasties. There are no less than three articles on this family in this issue: first Charlotte Zeepvat's family album with 75 illustrations and five family trees, then Susan Symon's biography of Queen Victoria's half-sister, Feodora of Leiningen/Hogenohe-Langenburg, and finally Datiu Salvia Ocaña's study of the Spanish Hohenlohe-Langenburgs. Then there is the continuation of Elizabeth Jane Timms's article on Archduchess Marie Valerie and her English tutor, and an appreciation of Fürst Christian zu bentheim und Steinfurt, who celebrated his 100th birthday in December, only to pass away three days later.
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64 pages 145 illustrations

Articles in this issue:

by Charlotte Zeepvat

Feodora of Hohenlohe-Langenburg and her sister
by Susan Symons

The Spanish Hohenlohe-Langenburgs
by Datiu Salvia Ocaña

Imperial Governess II
by Elizabeth Jane Timms

TGM in Romania
by Ove Mogensen

Claims and counter-claims
Those who would be kings/queens, or think they should by Stephen Bunford
by Stephen Bunfordl

A Surfeit of Sophias
by Katrina Warne

George III's Illegitimate Grandchildren
by Stephen Bunford

Christian, Fürst zu Bentheim und Steinfurt 1923-2023
by Bearn Bilkerl

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Princess Margarita of Hohenlohe-Langenburg, eldest sister of the Duke of Edinburgh, with her daughter Beatrix
The Spanish Hohenlohe-Langenburgs and their extended family
Fürst Christian zu Bentheim und Steinfurt (1923-2023)
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