Helena: Princess Reclaimed : the Life and Times of Queen Victoria's Third Daughter

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Begell House, 1999 - History - 166 pages
Princess Helena was the third of Queen Victoria's five daughters. Carl Ruland was Prince Consort's Germanborn librarian and sometime tutor to the Royal children. He left Windsor after three and a half years in the employment of the Royal Family. And Helena became Princess Christian (of Schleswig Holstein Sonderburg Augustenburg) when she marred Prince Christian, an impoverished continental prince, in 1866.

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This book, though frightfully thin, is a very interesting study of one of the least known of Queen Victoria's children. I found the book to be particularly insightful about the princess's use of the ... Read full review

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