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The Houses of Hanover and Saxe-Coburg-Gotha

The Houses of Hanover and Saxe Coburg Gotha Beginning with the reign of George I this volume goes on to discuss the life and rule of Queen Victoria whose seventy years on the throne saw the zenith of Britain s power abroad and a changing worl

  • Title: The Houses of Hanover and Saxe-Coburg-Gotha
  • Author: Antonia Fraser
  • ISBN: 9780520228016
  • Page: 492
  • Format: Paperback
  • Beginning with the reign of George I, this volume goes on to discuss the life and rule of Queen Victoria, whose seventy years on the throne saw the zenith of Britain s power abroad and a changing world at home.About the series A Royal History of England From the beginning of monarchical power in Norman times to the present queen, the British royal family has experienced maBeginning with the reign of George I, this volume goes on to discuss the life and rule of Queen Victoria, whose seventy years on the throne saw the zenith of Britain s power abroad and a changing world at home.About the series A Royal History of England From the beginning of monarchical power in Norman times to the present queen, the British royal family has experienced many scandals, triumphs, and changes in public image, but few of their reigns can be described as uneventful With contributions by specialist authors and contemporary illustrations of royal heraldry and coats of arms, Antonia Fraser has edited a definitive and entertaining history of one of the most powerful monarchies in the world.

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    1 thought on “The Houses of Hanover and Saxe-Coburg-Gotha

    1. An excellent history of the Hanoverian kings and queens of England from 1714 through 1910: George I, George II, George III, George IV, William IV, Victoria, and Edward VII. King George I introduced the German influence into the British aristocracy.

    2. I have no idea how this ended up on the to-read list. It's a brief history of the Hanover house told very much in a condensed fashion. A quick read in a coffee table book way. However, there were too many errors in it. The Regent is referred as George I. A portrait of the daughters of George II named as the children of their grandfather. I basically skimmed it as opposed to actually reading it.

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