Monday, March 25, 2019

EUROHISTORY: Issue CXIX – Volume 21.3, Fall 2018 nearly ready!



Dear Subscribers and readers,

Continuing with my personal marathon to get all of last year's magazines out ASAP...I am delighted  to let you all know that tonight I finished putting together Issue CXIX – Volume 21.3, Fall 2018!

Inside this magazine you will find the following articles:


1. The Romanovs Adrift: The Imperial Family in 1913-1919, by Greg King and Penny Wilson

2. Obituary: Prince Michel of Bourbon-Parma – Last of the Royal Swashbucklers, by Charles B. Stewart jr.

3. Kadriorg – A Russian Summer Palace in Tallinn, by Katrina Warne

4. A Royal Wedding in Gotha – The Civil Wedding of Princess Stephanie of Saxe-Coburg & Gotha and Herr Jan Stahl, by Arturo E. Beéche & Marianne van Dam

5. Princess Helen of Serbia, by Coryne Hall

6. Centennial of the Romanov Martyrdom, by Arturo E. Beéche

7. The Wedding of there Duke of Sussex, by Edwina Tash

8. Queen Isabel's Iberian Forge, by Justin Vovk

9. A True Royal Wedding – The Hereditary Prince Ferdinand of Leiningen Marries Princess Viktoria Luise of Prussia, by Arturo E. Beéche

10. Royal News


This issue will head to print mid-week and mail by early April, along with Issue CXX – Winter 2018!

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