Victoria and Albert: their love and their tragedies

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Richard Cohen Books, 1995 - Biography & Autobiography - 224 pages
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The marriage between Queen Victoria and Prince Albert ranks as one of the best-known love stories in British history. Here the author explores the strength and power of their relationship, which lasted little more than twenty years

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VICTORIA AND ALBERT: Their Love and Their Tragedies

User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

A delightful and engaging joint biography of Queen Victoria and her husband, Prince Albert, from prolific popular historian and British royals watcher Hough (Born Royal: The Lives and Loves of the ... Read full review

Victoria and Albert

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Here's a pleasant change: an account of a happy royal marriage. Hough (Edward & Alexandra, St. Martin's, 1993) provides a breezy but balanced account of the 20 years Queen Victoria and her consort ... Read full review

Contents

The Frustrated Salute
15
An End to Loneliness
53
Oh Madam it is a Princess
67
Copyright

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