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4/2012

The 28th issue has no less than ten major articles, including "Princess Sibylla - A Royal Destiny" by Roger Lundgren, "Konopiste - A Castle Confiscated" by Christophe Vachaudez and "The Lady in Question" - Miss Winter, the governess to Queen Wilhelmina and to the Romanian Royal children by Charlotte Zeepvat. Also, the fourth and final part of the Habsburg family album with 78 pictures and 5 pedigrees.
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64 pages, 130 illustrations

Articles in this issue:

Princess Sibylla - A Royal Destiny
by Roger Lundgren

On the Trail of a forgotten Royal Visit
by Charlotte Zeepvat

HABSBURG - Part IV
The Emperors of Austria and Kings of Hungary
A Family Album
by Charlotte Zeepvat

Elm Grove
The Battenberg House at Walton on Thames
by Elisabeth Jane Timms

The Last Word
2. Philippe, Duc d'Orléans
by Edward W Hanson

Konopiste - a castle confiscated
by Christophe Vachaudez

Tombs, Graves and Monuments
Tatoi and its Royal Burial Ground
by Ove Mogensen

The Prince of Hanover in Court
by Michael Nash

Maria Krystyna Habsburg 1923-2012
by Lucas Szkopinski

The Lady in Question
Saxton Elizabeth Winter -
the Life of a Royal Governess
by Charlotte Zeepvat

World Wide Web of Royalty
   
                                           


Princess Sibylla of Sweden, Duchess of Västerbotten (1908-1972),
born a Princess of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha.



Archduke Franz Ferdinand with his family.



Konopiste Castle in the Czech republic - owned by Archduke Franz Ferdinand,
inherited by his children and then confiscated by the new Czech Republic in 1919.




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