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Author: Marco Houston
ISBN: 0952164442
Subcategory: Humanities
Pages 352 pages
Publisher Leppi Pubns (June 1, 2003)
Language English
Category: Other
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 216
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eBook Nikola and Milena, King and Queen of the Black Mountain: The Rise and Fall of Montenegro's Royal Family download

by Marco Houston


Nikola & Milena, King and Queen of the Black Mountain focuses on the reign of King Nikola I of Montenegro (b1841-d1921). There is also a wealth of material (photograhic and documentary) on related topics, Montenegrin and Balkan history, Serbia's royal family, European dynastic and political relations.

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Nikola and Milena, King and Queen of the Black Mountain : The Rise and Fall of Montenegro's Royal Family Told Through Family Albums and Diaries. The focus is on the life and times of King Nikola I of Montenegro (1841-1921), an era during which the country played a vital role in European dynastic and political affairs.

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Milena Petrović-Njegoš (Serbian Cyrillic: Милена Петровић-Његош; 4 May 1848 – 16 March 1923) was the only Queen consort of Montenegro as the wife of King Nicholas I of Montenegro (28 August 1910 – 26 November 1918)

Milena Petrović-Njegoš (Serbian Cyrillic: Милена Петровић-Његош; 4 May 1848 – 16 March 1923) was the only Queen consort of Montenegro as the wife of King Nicholas I of Montenegro (28 August 1910 – 26 November 1918). Born in the Montenegrin village of Čevo, Milena was a daughter of Vojvoda Petar Vukotić and Jelena Vojvodić born in the village of Viš-Danilovgrad Montenegro

The Petrovic- Njegos Dynasty. Bookseller Inventory B647

The Petrovic- Njegos Dynasty.

of Montenegro's last ruler and his family. It delves into the remarkable marriages, political triumphs and disasters, the ruler's pivotal role in World War I and the family's lives as exiles

of Montenegro's last ruler and his family. It delves into the remarkable marriages, political triumphs and disasters, the ruler's pivotal role in World War I and the family's lives as exiles. There is also a huge amount of historic material both photographic and documentary, as well as in-depth treatment of related topics: earlier Montenegrin and Balkan history, relations with Serbia's royal family, and international relations.

Leppi Publications, London, 2003. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good. Large 4to., 352[1]pp plus Notes, Bibliography & Index at end, profusely illus. in black & white incl. some full-page coloured, front endpaper map, red cloth gilt lettered with gilt decoration to front board, dustwrapper,very good indeed. The Petrovic- Njegos Dynasty. The Rise & Fall of Montenegro's Royal Family told through family albums and diaries. Bookseller Inventory # B647
OCARO
My mother very much enjoyed this book about her homeland. Lots of beautiful pictures, too.
Kerry
This is a gorgeous book on the "father-in-law" of Europe at the beginning of the 20th century. Well written and gorgeously illustrated.

And this price is a steal - at the museum shop of the King's Palace in Cetinje, Montenegro, this book sells for 100 Euros!
Rigiot
I really like history and biographies are my favorite source of historical information. My search for anything related to King Nikola began when I was told that, despite being of a lesser noble family, he had as much royal connections as King Christian IX of Denmark and Queen Victoria. The book is very well written and has plenty of photographs in an outstanding edition, and brings important information about the Balkan politics during the twilight of the Ottoman Empire during the 19th century. Great book!