Feierstein-Prasser, Alice von Battenberg

Feierstein-Prasser, Alice von Battenberg
Abandoned, lost and forgotten, not many people know Alice von Battenberg, later Princess of Greece, mother of Prince Philip and so the mother-in-law of the Queen. Born almost deaf, Alice developed a perfect lip readering in several languages. The family happiness with Prince Andreas of Greece was quickly overshadowed by wars and revolutions, before the hardships of everyday life in exile she escaped into a religious dream world until she finally ended up in psychiatry because of suspected schizophrenia. Karin Feuerstein-Pra├čer introduces us to this extraordinary woman, whose life was closely interwoven with the eventful history of Europe in the 20th century. Paperback edition, in German only, 256 pages with 16 illustrations.

This product will be in stock on Saturday 07 November, 2020.

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