The Other Victoria: The Princess Royal and the Great Game of Europe

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Source Notes

LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS
RA: The Royal Archives, Windsor Castle
PRO: Public Record Office
FO: Foreign Office
Letters: The Letters of Queen Victoria, A Selection from Her Majesty's Correspondence, First Series, 1837-61, ed. by A. C. Benson and Viscount Esher, 3 vols. ( London, 1907). Second Series, 1862-85, ed. by G. E. Buckle, 3 vols. ( London 1926). Third Series, 1886-1901, ed. by G. E. Buckle, 3 vols. ( London, 1930).
Further Letters: Further Letters of Queen Victoria, from the Archives of the House of Brandenburg-Prussia, ed. by Hector Bolitho ( London 1938).
Queen Victoria's Journal is preserved in the Royal Archives.
English Empress: The English Empress, A Study in the Relations between Queen Victoria and Her Eldest Daughter, by Egon Caesar Conte Corti, with an Introduction by Wolfgang, Prince of Hesse ( London, 1957).
Kronberg Archive: This consists of the Archives of the Princess Royal, later Empress Frederick of Germany. The letters and papers are kept at Friedrichshof, Kronberg.
NOTE: The confidential letters and papers sent by the Emperor and Empress Frederick to Windsor Castle were all returned to Germany. They are no longer in the Royal Archives.

CHAPTER ONE: MINUET BEFORE A WEDDING
1. The Greville Memoirs, 1814-1860, ed. L. Strachey and R. Fulford, 8 vols. ( London 1938), IV, p. 338
2. Letters, I, 1, p. 237, Queen Victoria to Leopold, King of the Belgians, 12 October 1839
3. Letters, I, 1, p. 321, Queen Victoria to King of the Belgians, 5 January 1841

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Illustrations vii
  • Acknowledgements ix
  • Foreword xi
  • Princess Victoria's Family Tree xiv
  • Prince Frederick William's Family Tree xvi
  • Introduction 1
  • Chapter One - Minuet Before A Wedding 5
  • Chapter Two - Adieu to England 32
  • Chapter Three - Divided Loyalty 49
  • Chapter Four - Besieged by Bismarck 65
  • Chapter Five - To Us Germans 89
  • Chapter Six - To Win, to Lose 103
  • Chapter Seven - Waiting on Ceremony 127
  • Chapter Eight - Empire 139
  • Chapter Nine - How Long, O Lord, How Long? 161
  • Chapter Ten - Anguish and Omens 179
  • Chapter Eleven - At the Throat 193
  • Chapter Twelve - The Short Reign 208
  • Chapter Thirteen - Old Scores, New Places 223
  • Chapter Fourteen - Retirement and Requiem 238
  • Source Notes 249
  • Select Bibliograpby 265
  • Index 269
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