ROYALTY DIGEST Quarterly 4/2013 has the 2nd part of Charlotte Zeepvat's Romanov Family album with another 100 magnificent illustrations. Olivier Defrance writes about Princess Clémentine of Saxe-Coburg, who shared her time between Egypt and Europe. Ted Rosvall writes about Princess "Tha" of Sweden and Denmark and finally two Royal mausoleums, Dreux in France and Weilburg in Germany, are presented.
|64 pages, 153 illustrations
Articles in this issue:
Between Egypt and Europe
The curious fate of Clémentine of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha
by Olivier Defrance
IMPERIAL RUSSIA II
A Family Album
by Charlotte Zeepvat
The Royal Chapel of Saint Louis
by Lucas Szkopinski
the forgotten princess
by Ted Rosvall
Tombs, Graves and Monuments
The Nassau Crypt in Weilburg and the Grand Ducal Crypt in the Luxembourg Cathedral
by Ove Mogensen
World Wide Web of Royalty
Prince Feodor of Russia and his bride and cousins Princess Irina Paley in 1923. From the left: Grand Duke Dmitri Pavlovich, Grand Duchess Xenia, Feodor, Irina, Grand Duke Alexander Mikhailovich, Princess Olga Paley and Grand Dcuhess Maria Pavlovna.
Prince August Léopold of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha and his family in 1900.
Little Clémentine is on the left.
King Louis-Philippe and Queen Marie-Amélie in Dreux