Almanach de Gotha 2003: I. Genealogies of the Sovereign Houses of Europe and South America,II. Genealogies of the Mediatized Princes and Princely Counts of Europe and the Holy Roman Empire

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John Kennedy
Almanach de Gotha, Limited, 2002 - Reference - 1000 pages
Almanach de Gotha 2003, I: i. Genealogies of the Sovereign Houses of Europe and South America; ii. Genealogies of the Mediatized Princes and Princely Counts of Europe and the Holy Roman EmpireThe Almanach de Gothais the ultimate authority for the genealogies of royal and princely houses of Europe and their descendents, and has been since it was first published in 1763 in the Duchy of Saxe-Coburg Gotha. It did not appear for the fifty-four years during which the duchy was part of East Germany, but publication was resumed, in English, in 1998. It includes updated information on births, marriages, deaths and dissolutions, changes in family headship, and private addresses. There is also a fuller index listing Gotha family entrants, their spouses and in-laws by name. 186th edition

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