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Hoogstraten English Bookstore in The Hague has copies of the book!

The book is now listed and selling on*Version*=1&*entries*=0

Furthermore, Galignani in paris and Hoogstraten in The Hague have been sent their respective copies and should have the book available within a couple of days.

AMAZON listing is setup for international shipping. I know it is working as we have sold some copies to clients overseas.

Regards, Art

Furthermore, on AMAZON, the book is setup for international sales as well.

The listing on will be setup for sales within the UK and the European Union.

Many clients and subscribers who have purchased and received the book have shared their very positive impressions about it with us.

I believe that Janet and Greg did an amazing job!

Regards, Arturo Beéche


The AMAZON page is set up for international distribution.

The book should also be listed in by early next week!

Indeed...I would love to publish them in hardback and tons of photos from the EUROHISTORY Collection!

Does anyone know how to contact Stephen?

I bought both volumes of Maria Feodorovna's diaries so I'll describe mine and I hope it helps a little. I believe on the bookemon site you can sample some of the books. What you see there is pretty much what you will mostly get. I wouldn't expect anything too fancy as its an small independent company printing on demand type of thing.

I don't know Russian so I can't say if the translation is perfect or not but I believe other posters in other threads have mentioned that his translations are overall pretty accurate. There were a few spelling errors but not too many, they are kept at a minimum.

The books are an oversized paperback so that's probably why the one your looking at has only 328 pages compared to the 560 original. There is therefore more writing on each page. Mine are very stable and don't show any fragileness so there should be no worry about them falling apart unless you're careless with them.

They have no index or biblio but there are footnotes at the bottom of each page that tell what specific people and events the Dowager Empress was referring to. The cover is glossy and the paper inside is of real nice quality. The ink is thick dark black so while it goes well with the visibility of the written words the black and white illustrations did not come off that well and were not that great.

I hope that helps a little and hopefully someone else can tell you more. I think Mr. De Angelis did a great job with the resources he had and it would be wonderful if he could collaborate with a publisher like Eurohistory so that his hard work can reach a wider audience.

BeNeLux Royalty / Re: Daughters of Grand Duke Wilhelm of Luxembourg
« on: September 08, 2014, 12:49:41 PM »
And we are very happy providing you the best service we can.

Regards, Arturo

BeNeLux Royalty / Re: Daughters of Grand Duke Wilhelm of Luxembourg
« on: September 07, 2014, 08:11:33 PM »
Thanks Dru...the Pollock sisters did a phenomenal job with writing this book!

The Nassaus of Luxembourg has 240 pages and 405 images, quite a few full page images. If is printed in glossy paper, high quality and pristine clarity.

We are not a large publisher. Hence, or print runs are much smaller than the big publishers. St Martins can print 50,000 copies. We cannot. We supply a demand for a niche market. So, the price of our books reflects that.

Look...when I first bought my copy of Massie and Finestone's The Last Courts of Europe in 1980, I paid $33+ dollars. That amount today is hovering around $70 in purchasing power.

Our books are either $43.95 or $48.95. Comparatively, they are still a great bargain when you keep the example i provided in mind.

On top of that, we print books that NO other publisher will bet a penny on getting to print. We take a huge risk with each one of our books...but we do it because we not only believe in the royalty market, but we also are steadfast about the fact that we are bringing more royal families and their history to an increasing number of clients.

I am convinced that what we are doing is contributing highly to the study of European royalty. The fact that we have been in business for nearly 20 years and are stronger today than we have ever been, confirms my belief.

Eurohistory is set to produce six, or more, books per year...I know we can do it and am convinced that our clients appreciate what we do.

Best wishes and thanks for your support!

Arturo Beéche

Dear Ally,

Thanks for making the clarification!

best wishes and good luck with your thesis!

Regards, AB

And to top it all my ordered "Letters to Victoria of Hesse" never came - they send me a completely wrong book. So now I am stuck with a brochure about Pennsylvania and the seller won´t reply to my mail.... my damn luck. Sigh.

You did not purchase this book from us.

Regards, Arturo Beéche

Books about the Romanovs and Imperial Russia / The Coburgs of Europe!
« on: November 21, 2013, 08:21:26 PM »
My latest book, THE COBURGS OF EUROPE – The Rise and Fall of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert's European Family, was published this week.

The book began shipping to buyers on Tuesday!


The Hohenzollern / Re: The Hesse-Cassel family
« on: June 05, 2013, 07:08:18 PM »

The Hohenzollern / Re: The Hesse-Cassel family
« on: June 03, 2013, 04:39:10 PM »
Landgraf Moritz was a very nice man who enjoyed our work as historians and genealogists!

Thanks...I have spent the entire week mailing out copies!

Mediatized Noble Families / Re: Toerring-Jettenbach
« on: April 16, 2013, 08:35:23 AM »
Quote from: grandduchessella link=topic=7337.msg519371#msg519371 date

I thought the Toerrings were more enthusiastically pro-Nazi. ??

This is an incorrect assessment, if you'll allow e to say.

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