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Alfonso XIII and his Typewriter (Popular Mechanics, 1914)

Alfonso XIII of Spain (1886 – 1941) is remembered as a pretty level-headed guy, but non the less, it was news items like this one that made Karl Marx first dip his nib in the inkwell...

••In this Newsreel Footage, Spain's Alfonso XIII Goes Into Exile••

 

The Czar Abdicates (The Atlanta Georgian, 1917)

Attached is a news report from a 1917 issue of THE ATLANTA GEORGIAN announcing:

"Czar Nicholas decided to to abdicate the Russian throne only after he had been held up by soldiers and the necessity for such action impressed upon him, according to a dispatch printed in DIE FRANKFURTER ZEITUNG..."

Also included in the report were the text of a speech delivered by the Czar which called for national unity.

Click here to see a colored portrait of Grand Duchess Olga reviewing the Hussars.

*Watch a Color Slide Show of the Romanov Family*

 

W.W. I and the Royal Families of Europe (Vanity Fair, 1915)

In five short paragraphs, this writer (Ard Choille), nicely sums up the chumminess that made up the royal families of old Europe and the vital role Queen Victoria played in the creation and maintenance of that bond:

"Until the outbreak of the war the royal families of the various nations made up a wonderful club, the like of which had never been known before. Judging from the society papers, most of Europe existed for their convenience, and even the variety of military uniforms was kept up in order that royalty, while at home or abroad, might have the opportunity to change its clothes as often as possible"

==Watch a Film Clip Showing Czar Nicholas Declaring War Against Germany==

 

The Princess Colonels of 1914 (Vanity Fair, 1914)

Attached is a page from VANITY FAIR MAGAZINE depicting the ten European princesses from 1914, having benefited from full hair and make-up, posing bemedaled and amused in full military dress before the society magazine cameras.

The Royals pictured on this page were all granted the ceremonial rank of 'Colonel' in the household cavalry units within their respective principalities, as well as a few of the cavalry regiments outside their domains.

"Several of the Royal and Imperial women in Europe, who are possessed of military rank, have lost their colonelcies in foreign regiments by the World War. Thus, the Czarina and the Russian Grand Duchess, as well as Queen Mary of England, have been deprived of their commands in the Kaiser's army."

 

Four Photgraphs of the Extended Royal Family (Vanity Fair, 1915)

Assorted photographs of the assembled German, Spanish, Belgian, Russian, Norwegian and British royal families, posed as they gathered to attend the the 1894 and 1896 Royal weddings at Coburg; also pictured is the group photo snapped at the 1898 shooting party at Sandingham. Queen Victoria appears in two of the pictures, while Kaiser Wilhelm II can be seen in all of them.

 

''Cupid to Seal the Balkan Peace'' (Vanity Fair, 1913)

By the time this item appeared in print, the Balkan War (1912-1913), was over however some of the swells of Europe put their crowned heads together and collectively came up with the best Medeival plan they could think of in order to insure the promise of peace. The plan was to have:

• the Czar's daughter, Grand Duchess Olga (1895 - 1918), would wed Serbia's Crown Prince Alexander

• the Czar's second daughter, Grand Duchess Tatiana (1897 - 1918), was promised to Rumania's Crown Prince Charles (1893 - 1959)

• All concerned agreed that Rumania's Pricess Elizabeth (1894 - 1956) and Crown Prince George of Greece (1890 - 1947) would make a simply splendid couple (they divorced in 1935).

 


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