3 edition of Crowned in a far country found in the catalog.
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|Pagination||xvi, 74 p. :|
|Number of Pages||83|
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Format: Hardcover Author: HRH Princess Michael Of Kent Language: English Publisher: Crown Publication Year: 1986 Topic: Royalty Book Title: Crowned In A Far Country ISBN: 9781555840112 Number of Pages: 208 Pages. He was also the Empress Elizabeth's only male relative and her heir. This was a world where luxury and squalor existed side by side, whose values and standards were totally alien from those of the strict Lutheran society in which she had been brought up.
I'd read about most of these women before, and I didn't think it really did much to add to the written history of some of these women, particularly for Catherine the Great and Marie Antoinette, who are widely written about.
" Few could have forecast the extraordinary future ahead. " Before the German princesses had time to change, Elizabeth's nephew the Grand Duke was announced, eager Crowned in a far country see his future bride. Her reign marked the start of a cultural renaissance in Russia.
Admitting an interest that bordered on obsession, he dug deep into McCandless's life. It seems to be a random assortment. nai":"North American Indian Other ","FORMAT. TitleAlreadyInHoldsList":"This item is already on your holds list. Although considered too thin, she always carried herself well, giving the impression of being above medium height. Nor is it surprising that Catherine did all she could to suppress the memory of her own German background.
This intelligent, articulate woman now sought to change the fundamental Russian concept of rule by hereditary right and religious sanction into the French ideal of authority based on philosophical principles. " The empress gave her leave to wear as many jewels as she wanted, "both hers and mine," and on her head she placed a small but heavy crown.
While we cannot respond to each submission directly, we do review every suggestion to help improve our service. The following year she had two miscarriages. When the tension concerning her fate became unbearable, she threw herself on Elizabeth's mercy.
At this point the British ambassador in St.
The author is Princess Michael of Kent, who is herself a member of the British Royal Family and who probably has a different point of view on royal marriages than other authors of similar books.
She looked young, fragile, heroic, and the effect was not lost on the people or the soldiers.