Thursday, April 9, 2020

EUROHISTORY: Issue CXXV, Spring 2020, Volume 23.1 Announcement

Hello dear subscribers and readers,


Since I finished all 2019 pending issues last week (they await business resuming in California so we can have them printed), I decided to continue working on the magazine.

The end result is that I have Issue CXXV, Spring 2020 ready to print. This issue will be mailed to subscribers once we receive renewals for this current year, our 23rd year in publication!


We are deeply thankful to our loyal readers. Subscribers' numbers remain steady and we are in NO danger of not publishing into 2021 and beyond. EUROHISTORY remains vibrant, receiving great article submissions, and still read by subscribers in five continents and over 60 countries!

Of course, we are always welcoming new subscribers, as well as previous subscribers who wish to return. The more the merrier!

Now that shelter-in-place orders have kept me home-bound for the last month, I was able to dedicate the time needed to finish the pending issues of 2019 and position EUROHISTORY for a productive year in 2020!

News on our next book will follow soon in a separate post!

Inside Issue CXXV, readers will find the following articles:

1. Who Is in the Photo: Coburgs, Hesse and by Rhine, and Romanians at Tsar Nicholas II's Coronation in 1896, by Ilana D. Miller.

2. The Emirs of Bokhara, by Alex Borg.

3. Castles and Palaces of the House of Württemberg, by Susan Symons.

4. The Marriage of the Heiress to the Russian Throne, by Seth B. Leonard.

5. Obituary: Infanta Pilar of Spain (1936-2020), by Arturo E. Beéche.

6. Book Reviews, by Coryne Hall.

7. Royal News




We hope you stay along for a new year...and if considering subscribing to our magazine, we welcome you with enthusiastic arms to a great royalty community!


SUBSCRIPTION INFORMATION:

Subscription rates for 2020 remain the same as they were for 2019 even though the cost of printing and shipping has increased. Getting the magazine to your hands remains our biggest expense since postal rates have nearly doubled since we started publishing in 1997!

USA  .....  $50.00
Canada  .....  $55.00
Europe  .....  $75.00
UK  .....  £50.00
Latin America  .....  $75.00
Australasia  .....  $75.00
Rest of the World  .....  $75.00


For renewals and new subscribers, we offer several payment options, including:

Payment can be mailed by check or postal money order in US$ to:

EUROHISTORY
Kensington House Books
6300 Kensington Avenue
East Richmond Heights, CA 94805-1618
USA


To pay by credit card, please call 510.236.1730. You may also mail your credit card information to our address above or use our secure system by sending us an email to: eurohistory@comcast.net or aebeeche@mac.com

We also accept Paypal at our account:

eurohistory@comcast.net

We accept all major credit cards!

Venmo payments can be sent to: aebeeche@mac.com

For European subscribers, we have an IBAN...simply contact us directly for the information and number!

























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