Queen and her children. by Lisa Sheridan Download PDF EPUB FB2
This book is very detailed with lots of interesting information and history on Queen Victoria and her children, grandchildren, and so on. However, they each have so many titles and reuse names so often, sometimes siblings having the same names as second or third names.
Needless to say it Cited by: 4. This beautiful book is one that you will want to return to again and again. The photographs - particularly those of Queen Victoria's children, and those of her with her grandchildren - are exquisite. The captions, too, provide all kinds of anecdotes and interesting snippets of by: 1.
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