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

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All the archives, papers and books that I have used are listed in the Source Notes. It would be tedious to repeat their titles or catalogue those which I have read, but not used. Of particular importance to the understanding of the background of this work, I would recommend the following:
Bonnin Georges, Bismarck and the Hohenzollern Candidature to the Throne of Spain ( London 1957)
Briggs Asa, Victorian People ( London 1954)
Craig Gordon A., The Politics of the Prussian Army, 1640-1945 ( Oxford 1955); Germany, 1866-1945 ( Oxford 1978)
Eyck Erich, Bismarck and the German Empire ( London 1950)
Freund, Michael, Das Drama der 99 Tage: Krankheit und Tod Friedrichs III ( Cologne/ Berlin 1966)
Gall Lothar, Bismarck: Der Weisse Revolutionä ( Frankfurt/ Berlin, 1980)
Hardie Frank, The Political Influence of Queen Victoria ( London 1963)
Holburn Hajo, A History of Modern Germany, 1840-1945 ( New York 1969); Germany and Europe: Historical Essays ( New York 1970)
Howard Michael, The Franco-Prussian War: The German Invasion of France, 1870- 1871 ( New York 1961)
Kennedy Paul, The Rise of Anglo-German Antagonism, 1860-1914 (London 1981)
Langer William L., European Alliances and Alignments, 1871-1890 2nd ed. ( New York 1956)
Mattingly Garrett, Renaissance Diplomacy ( London 1955)
Masur Gerhard, Imperial Berlin ( London 1971)
Pflanze Otto, Bismarck and the Development of Germany: the Period of Unification, 1815-1871 ( Princeton 1963)
Stern Fritz, Gold and Iron: Bismarck, Bleichröder, and the Building of the German Empire ( New York 1977)
Taylor A. J. P., The Struggle for Mastery in Europe, 1848-1948 ( Oxford 1954)
Wehler Hans-Ulrich, Bismarck und der Imperialismus ( Cologne/ Berlin 1969)

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  • 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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