Frances Welch, The Imperial Tea Party AUTHOR of THE WEEK on Radio Gorgeous with Donna Freed

Frances Welch, The Imperial Tea Party, AUTHOR of THE WEEK on Radio Gorgeous with Donna Freed

Frances Welch has had a life long interest in the last days of the Russian Tsars. The Romanov family was intricately entwined with the British royal family – the Tsarina Alexandra was Queen Victoria’s purportedly favourite granddaughter – and there were 3 important imperial visits between the two families. The visits had varying degrees of success and the subtle differences in perceived hierarchy, power and personal style made for strained relations. Add to that, political and societal pressures, Frances asks: how inevitable was the end?

https://shortbooks.co.uk/book/the-imperial-tea-party

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Frances Welch, The Imperial Tea Party, AUTHOR of THE WEEK on Radio Gorgeous with Donna Freed

Frances Welch has had a life long interest in the last days of the Russian Tsars. The Romanov family was intricately entwined with the British royal family – the Tsarina Alexandra was Queen Victoria’s purportedly favourite granddaughter – and there were 3 important imperial visits between the two families. The visits had varying degrees of success and the subtle differences in perceived hierarchy, power and personal style made for strained relations. Add to that, political and societal pressures, Frances asks: how inevitable was the end?

https://shortbooks.co.uk/book/the-imperial-tea-party

@shortbooksUK

#ImperialTeaParty  #RadioGorgeous

 

 

 

 

 

 

Frances Welch, The Imperial Tea Party, AUTHOR of THE WEEK on Radio Gorgeous with Donna Freed

Frances Welch has had a life long interest in the last days of the Russian Tsars. The Romanov family was intricately entwined with the British royal family – the Tsarina Alexandra was Queen Victoria’s purportedly favourite granddaughter – and there were 3 important imperial visits between the two families. The visits had varying degrees of success and the subtle differences in perceived hierarchy, power and personal style made for strained relations. Add to that, political and societal pressures, Frances asks: how inevitable was the end?

https://shortbooks.co.uk/book/the-imperial-tea-party

@shortbooksUK

#ImperialTeaParty  #RadioGorgeous

 

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Published on 10th December 2018

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