Thursday, December 5, 2019

Searching For A Royal or Imperial Gift for the Holidays? Check Out Eurohistory's Selection!

Are you in search of a royal present for Christmas (or for any day of the year)? Do you love reading about royal history? Well, then Eurohistory's wide selection of publications might be just the thing for you! Over the past twenty years, Eurohistory and Kensington House Book have published over twenty titles.

Currently, the following books are in stock, and, depending on where you live, they could be at your home in time for the holidays.


The Royal Hellenic Dynasty (2007) by HRH Prince Michael of Greece and Denmark, Mrs. Helen Helms-Markesinis, and Arturo E. Beéche.



The Grand Dukes - Sons and Grandsons of Russia's Tsars (2010) by Arturo E. Beéche, Coryne Hall, Lisa May Davidson, Janet Ashton, Ilana D. Miller, William Lee, John van der Kiste, Zoia Belyakova, and Greg King.





Dear Ellen: Royal Europe Through the Photo Albums of Grand Duchess Helen Vladimirovna of Russia (2012) by Arturo E. Beéche with Dedication by HRH Princess Elizabeth of Yugoslavia and Remembrance by HRH Prince Alexander of Yugoslavia.



The Other Grand Dukes - Sons and Grandsons of Russia's Tsars and Grand Dukes (2013) by Arturo E. Beéche, Janet Ashton, and Coryne Hall; Foreward by HRH Prince Michael of Kent.



The Nassaus of Luxembourg (2014) by Kassandra Pollock, and Sabrina Pollock, with Arturo E. Beéche. 



APAPA: King Christian IX of Denmark and His Descendants (2014) by Arturo E. Beéche and Coryne Hall.



I did it my way - The Memoirs of Prince Andreas of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha (2015).



Royal Exiles in Cannes: The Bourbons of the Two Siclies of the Villa Marie Therese (2015) by David McIntosh and Arturo E. Beéche.



Royal Gatherings - Volume II: 1914-1939 (2015) by Arturo E. Beéche and Ilana D. Miller.



Maria Pia, Queen of Portugal (2015) by Sabrina Pollock.



From Tyranny to Freedom: Memoirs of the life of Countess Viktoria-Luise of Solms-Baruth (2016).



A Life for the Tsar: Triumph and Tragedy at the Coronation of Emperor Nicholas II of Russia (2016) by Janet Ashton and Greg King.



Romanovs Adrift: The Russian Imperial Family in 1913-1919 (2018) by Greg King and Penny Wilson.



Death of A Romanov Prince (2018) by Terry Boland with Arturo E. Beéche.



Royal Collections III: The Royal House of Bavaria (2018) by Coryne Hall and Arturo E. Beéche, with Introduction by Greg King. 

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A subscription to the European Royal History Journal might also be on your wish list: you will certainly be happy if you join the readers of the journal!

In publication since 1997, EUROHISTORY (European Royal History Journal) remains one of the most widely-read by the discerning royalty-watching public. While glossier magazines may be "royalty-light," EUROHISTORY is definitely "royalty-heavy," particularly given the depth of our articles and the research we require before they get published.

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