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Hardcover Book Details
  • 04/2021
  • 978-1839754425 1839754427
  • 436 pages
  • $28.50
Ebook Details
  • 04/2021
  • 978-1839754425 B08Z47W2NH
  • 438 pages
  • $10.72
Robert Prentice
Author, Translator, Editor (anthology)
Princess Olga of Yugoslavia: Her Life and Times
Referred to as the 'most royal princess in Europe', Greek-born Princess Olga's life is imbued with drama from childhood. Taken 'hostage' by her Romanov grandmother, she is further traumatised by the assassination of her grandfather, the King of Greece. Thereafter, the humiliation of exile is exacerbated by being cast aside by a future Danish king. While Olga's marriage to a future Prince Regent of Yugoslavia sees her raised to 'Queen in all but name', it ultimately leads to her being sent by the British as a 'political prisoner' to Kenya during World War II and branded as a 'dangerous traitor.' Yet, as readers will discover this is ultimately a story of duty, determination and redemption.
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05/21/2021
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I have recently set-up a Facebook page which will be updated with new (often extra) images on the life of Princess Olga of Yugoslavia in conjuction with items lifted (and often expanded upon) from the book Princess Olga of Yugoslavia Her Life and Times. 

 

Formats
Hardcover Book Details
  • 04/2021
  • 978-1839754425 1839754427
  • 436 pages
  • $28.50
Ebook Details
  • 04/2021
  • 978-1839754425 B08Z47W2NH
  • 438 pages
  • $10.72

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