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The Lost King Of France

Author : Deborah Cadbury
ISBN : 0312283121
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
File Size : 28.23 MB
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Traces the story of the missing dauphin and heir of the executed Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette, examining historic events from multiple angles and presenting DNA evidence to reveal new conclusions. 20,000 first printing.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

The Lost King Of England

Author : Gabriel Ronay
ISBN : 0851157858
Genre : History
File Size : 54.66 MB
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After the murder of Edmund Ironside in 1016, Canute the Dane seized the crown of Wessex, banishing Edmund's small sons, Edmund and Edward, to Sweden with a `letter of death'.However, their lives were spared and the continental wanderings of the Anglo-Saxon princes began. Gabriel Ronay fills in the years of their exile concluding with Edward's death
Category: History

The Lost King

Author : Raphael Sabatini
ISBN : 9780755115440
Genre : Fiction
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The Lost King' tells the story of Louis XVII - the French royal who officially died at the age of ten but, as legend has it, escaped to foreign lands where he lived to an old age. Sabatini breathes life into these age-old myths, creating a story of passion, revenge and betrayal. He tells of how the young child escaped to Switzerland from where he plotted his triumphant return to claim the throne of France.
Category: Fiction

The Lost Prince

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ISBN : PSU:000033172835
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The Lost Prince Classic Histories Series

Author : David Baldwin
ISBN : 9780752479927
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
File Size : 63.97 MB
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The story of the Princes in the Tower is one of history’s most enduring, poignant and romanticised tales. But were the princes really murdered? David Baldwin presents a fresh new approach to the mystery and reveals, for the first time, the true fate of the younger prince, Richard, Duke of York. David Baldwin has searched contemporary documents to unearth the clues that underpin his radical new theory and has visited all the places associated with Richard Plantagenet. In doing so, he has opened up an entirely new line of investigation and exonerated Richard III of the greatest of the crimes imputed to him. Dead princes were a potential embarrassment, but a living prince would have been a real danger and a closely guarded secret, not only in Richard’s reign but in the reigns of Henry VII and Henry VIII.
Category: Biography & Autobiography