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2/2017

Our 46th issue deals with the Kingdom of Denmark in three different articles: A FAMILY ALBUM by Charlotte Zeepvat with 86 illustrations, and A KING FOR DENMARK by the same author, dealing with the complicated matter of whom select as heir to the Danish throne after Frederik VII. The third articler, written by Ted Rosvall, deals with a Danish Royal Legend: Jomfru Fanny - an alleged daughter of King Christian VIII and his first wife, Charlotte Frederikke of Mecklenburg-Schwerin. Princess Maud of Fife is the "Little-Known Royal" in this issue - presented by Coryne Hall.
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64 pages, 164 illustrations

Articles in this issue:

PRINCE GUSTAF ADOLF - the lost generation
by Roger Lundgren

STEP-CHILDREN OF IMPERIAL RUSSIA
by Coryne Hall

THE ROYAL HOUSE OF
DENMARK - From the Vikings to the House
of Oldenburg 

A Family Album
by Charlotte Zeepvat

A KING FOR DENMARK
by Charlotte Zeepvat

THREE COUSINS
by Marlene A Eilers Koenig

JOMFRU FANNY
by Ted Rosvall

HALF A CENTURY OF ROYAL LETTERS IV
by John WImbles and David Horbury

Little-Known Royals
PRINCESS MAUD OF FIFE

by Coryne Hall

Book Review

ROYAL WILLS IN BRITAIN from 1509 to 2008
by Michael L Nash

World Wide Web of Royalty




                                            

Four generations; Gustav (VI) Adolf, Prince Gustaf Adolf, King Gustav V and Prince Carl (XVI) Gustaf.


King Christian VIII and Queen Caroline Amalie of Denmark

The wedding of Princess Maud of Fife to Lord Carnegie in 1923. 
 
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