The history of King Christian IX of Denmark, the Father-in-law of Europe, and his descendants. Covering the last 150 years of the royal and imperial houses of: Denmark, Norway, Great Britain, Greece, Romania, Russia, Hanover, Baden, Mecklenburg-Schwerin and many other related dynasties and princely houses. The authors have handsomely documented their writings with nearly 450 exquisite and rare photos of King Christian IX and his wife Louise and their descendants.
Descrizione libro Eurohistory (2012), 2012. Hardcover. Condizione libro: New. Condizione sovraccoperta: new. First edition. As new, unused example in dust jacket. Oversized hardcover. 299 pp. with genealogical chart, bibliography, index. Profusely illustrated throughout with photographs. The story of Denmark's King Christian IX , who reigned from 1863 to 1906, and his descendants. Affectionately called "Apapa" by his grandchildren, he, with his consort Queen Louise of Hesse-Kassel, formed the heart of a family renowned for its good looks, simplicity, frankness and, above all, strot sense of family life. Codice libro della libreria E19316B