2 edition of The life story of King Alfonso XIII found in the catalog.
The life story of King Alfonso XIII
Reprint of the 1930 ed. published in London by H. Jenkins.
|Statement||by Evelyn Graham ...|
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|Number of Pages||314|
Certainly there were circumstances which encouraged the popular facet of this King, many of them then enriched by the romantic sense given in the life of Alfonso: marriage for love with her cousin María de las Mercedes, the premature death of which fell to the King in a perpetual state of melancholy, various illicit love that the King hadamong which stands out which remained with the singer Elena Sanz, and . The Spanish monarch King Alfonso XIII was one of the first victims of the pandemic. The Spanish Flu subsequently became front page news in – .
King Alfonso XIII of Spain was very involved in the rescue mission of the Imperial Family. https:// / / posts/ ? sfns=mo Alfonso XIII and . Alfonso VIII, king of Castile from , son of Sancho III, whom he succeeded when three years old. Before Alfonso came of age his reign was troubled by internal strife and the intervention of the kingdom of Navarre in Castilian affairs. Throughout his reign he maintained a close alliance with the.
Hotel Alfonso XIII - A Luxury Collection Hotel offers casual al fresco dining in its Taifas Restaurant next to the swimming pool. Sweet snacks are available, as well as beers and wines. The San Fernando restaurant is located in the Andalusian-style courtyard and serves traditional local dishes for breakfast, lunch and dinner/10(). King Alfonso XIII and Queen Victoria Eugenia, the day of the Papal Audience, with their retinue. Alberto Rubio. Madrid. Before Philip VI’s visit to His Holiness Pope Francis there existed only two precedents of the Kings of Spain being received at an Audience: Juan Carlos I in (Paul VI) and Alfonso XIII in (Pius XI).
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Alfonso XIII [a] (17 May – 28 February ), also known as El Africano or the African, was King of Spain from until the proclamation of the Second Republic in Alfonso was a monarch from birth as his father, Alfonso XII, had died the previous year.
Perhaps few people know that King Alfonso XIII tried with all his strength to rescue the Russian sovereigns. Spain remained neutral during World War I and King Alfonso vindicated the humanitarian efforts, creating a special office in which 50 employees worked, specializing in finding missing victims of war and offering them help (it is estimated that he helped someprisoners of war and.
Alfonso XIII, (bornMadrid, Spain—died FebruRome, Italy), Spanish king (–31) who by authorizing a military dictatorship hastened his own deposition by advocates of the Second Republic.
The posthumous son of Alfonso XII, Alfonso XIII was immediately proclaimed king under the regency of his mother, María Cristina. Although lively and intelligent, he was raised in an. Alfonso XIII was a Spanish king who by authorizing a military dictatorship hastened his own deposition by advocates of the Second Republic.
His troubled reign was characterized by violent class conflict, political instability, and dictatorship. Alfonso was a promoter of tourism in Spain. At the start of their married life, King Alfonso and Queen Victoria Eugenia seemed the ideal, happy, devoted couple.
However, things began to change after the birth of their first child, Prince Alfonso of the Asturias. He was born with hemophilia, proving that Victoria had been a carrier. King Alfonso XIII of Spain carried out great humanitarian efforts during World War I (), for which he was much admired.
In France they called him âThe Royal Knight of Charity.â In England he was referred to as âThe Angel of Mercyâ and the âCharitable War Postmasterâ and the Germans called his office âThe King of Spainâs Archive of Tears.â.
Alfonso X (also known as the Wise, Spanish: el Sabio; 23 November – 4 April ) was the king of Castile, León and Galicia from 30 May until his death in During the election ofa dissident faction chose him to be king of Germany on 1 April.
He renounced his claim to Germany inand in creating an alliance with the Kingdom of England inhis claim on the. Alfonso XIII () was king of Spain from to His troubled reign was characterized by violent class conflict, political instability, and dictatorship.
Alfonso was born in Madrid on6 months after the death of his father, King Alfonso XII. His mother, Maria Cristina of Hapsburg, served as regent during Alfonso's minority.
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Here's a look at the life of the former King of Spain. Personal Birth date: January 5, Birth place: Rome, Italy Birth name: Juan Carlos Alfonso Victor Maria de Borbon y Borbon Father: Don.Alfonso XIII was king of Spain from to His troubled reign was characterized by violent class conflict, political instability, and dictatorship.
Alfonso was born in Madrid on6 months after the death of his father, King Alfonso XII. His mother, Maria Cristina of Hapsburg, served as regent during Alfonso's minority. In the third book, the so-called Terç del Crestid, written in Valencia inEiximenis illustrated the sin of addressing God as an equal with the example of Alfonso's blasphemy: `Because of this sin God took away their kingdom from the descendants of King Alfonso of Castile, since he had said that if he had been with God when He made the.