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BRANDENBURG-ANSBACH, who remembers this long since extinct branch of the Hohenzollerns, whose last reigning prince actually SOLD his country ...? Marie Louise of Bourbon-Parma lived a life without tenderness with her problematic husband, Ferdinand of Bulgaria. Can you imagine a Princess in a caravan - this happened to one of the Kaiser's daughters-in-law. And who were the Princes of Lapland, Little "Frittie" and the Duchess de Vendôme?
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64 pages 160 illustrations

Articles in this issue:

A Life Without Tenderness
Princess Marie Louise of Bourbon-Parma
by Olivier Defrance

A Princess in a Caravan
Alexandra Victoria of Schleswig-Holstein-Glücksburg
by Martijn Aarts

Prince Friedrich Wilhelm of Hesse
by Elizabeth Jane Timms

The Margraves of Brandenburg-Ansbach
A Family Album
by Ted Rosvall

The Last Margrave of Brandenburg-Ansbach
by Susan Symons

TGM in Prussia
by Ove Mogensen

LKR: Henriette of Belgium, Duchess de Vendôme
by Coryne Hall

Queen Elizabeth II and Greece
by David Horbury

Royal Bustards - The Princes of Lapland
by Ted Rosvall & Anna-Karin Schander

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A Princess in a Caravan - Alexandra Victoria of Schleswig-Holstein-Glücksburg

Markgrafenschloss in Ansbach

Queen Ena of Spain, Henriette, Duchess de Vendôme, Queen Marie-José of Italy and Lilian Baels,
the second wife of King Leopold III.
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