Tuesday, January 11, 2011

ERHJ LXVII, Issue 13.5 Off to the Printers!

The latest installment of the European Royal History Journal is off to the printers.

In it we have included some very interesting articles, as usual, written by among today's most talented and recognized royal authors.

The articles included in ERHJ LXXVII are:

1. The Tsar’s Daughters in Exile – Xenia and Olga of Russia, By Coryne Hall

2. Obituary: The Hereditary Prince of Löwenstein-Wertheim-Rosenberg, by Natasha Erbury

3. Dora Coburg: The Life and Times of Princess Dorothea of Saxe-Coburg & Gotha (Part 2), By Olivier Defrance & Arturo E. Beéche

4. Wedding Bells in Brussels – The Duke of Parma Weds Ms. Anne-Marie Gualterievan Weezel By Netty Leistra

5. Karl Friedrich Schinkel – The Royal Architect, By Katrina Warne

6. The Overthrow of King Manuel II of Portugal, By Arturo E. Beéche

7. Book Reviews, By Coryne Hall

8. Collecting Royal Commemorative China: Series 17 – Great Britain, Part 8, By Joe Spiteri

9. Royal News

Issue LXXVII begins mailing on January 17!

In the meantime, we began working on Issue LXXVIII, Volume 13.6, which is scheduled to print in about two weeks if not sooner and will mail by month's end, thus bringing to an end our XIII year in publication, and perhaps the toughest yet. However, with restored health and continued support from you all, we are looking toward a wonderful 2011!

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