About Arturo E. Beéche

The European Royal History Journal is the original creation of Arturo E. Beéche, who is also the publisher and editor of Eurohistory.

Mr. Beéche, a native of Costa Rica, graduated with History and Political Science degrees from San Diego State University (SDSU). While at SDSU, he distinguished himself with his insightful research papers and participation in historical seminars and discussion groups. In 1991, he received the prestigious Andrew Bell Appleby Scholarship for Outstanding Research in History. One year later, his Seniors' Honor Thesis was chosen as the best history thesis written at SDSU in 1992.

He opened Eurohistory in 1997 to share with a wider audience his love of European royal history. Since then, the company has branched out into publishing a magazine and books, as well as organizing yearly conferences and castle-hopping tours to Europe.

Since 2003, under Mr. Beéche’s guidance, Eurohistory has published over thirty books, as well as more than 125 issues of Eurohistory, the magazine he founded in September 1997.

Since opening Eurohistory, Mr. Beéche has served as a consultant for many television, film, periodical works, and reports on European royal history. He has lectured at various prestigious institutions, among them the Smithsonian in Washington, DC. For over fifteen years he has been an instructor of Social Studies, Government, Economics, and Political Science.

Mr. Beéche lives in East Richmond Heights, CA with his husband David Higdon and their troop of four Scottish terriers. He also enjoys spending as much time as possible with his grandson Ezra.
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Arturo E. Beéche

To learn more about Mr Beéche and Eurohistory, please visit www.eurohistory.com.

2 comments:

  1. Dear Arturo Beeche - I'm working on a documentary about Princess Alice of Battenberg and would like to discuss with you the use of some images of the Greek Royal Family and German artistocracy. Could you please advise how I may contact you directly?
    With thanks and best wishes
    Jenny Borthwick

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  2. Hello, I am looking for your book on the Coburgs because I have her wonderful things about it but I can only find it at the prohibitive price of $400+ used. Any ideas as to where I could get a more reasonably priced copy?

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