Tuesday, October 14, 2014

EUROHISTORY: Royal Gatherings, The Hague, November 8-9, 2014

EUROHISTORY: Royal Gatherings, The Hague, November 8-9, 2014

Our second royalty conference, ROYAL GATHERINGS, will take place on November 8-9, 2014, in The Hague's elegant Park Hotel, with views of the royals gardens of Noordeinde Palace!

Eurohistory and Hoogstraten English Bookstore, joined by Rosvall Royal Books, present to guests the following schedule and lectures:

Saturday, November 8

 9:15-10:00am – Opening and introductions

10:00-10:45am – APAPA: King Christian IX of Denmark and His Descendants, by Coryne Hall

10:45-11:00am – Question and Answer (coffee and tea available at the back of the conference room)

11:00-11:45am – Anna of Hannover, by Bearn Bilker

11:45-12:00 – Question and Answer (coffee and tea available at the back of the conference room)

12:00-2:00pm – LUNCH (The area around the hotel is filled with unique restaurants and the shop at Hoogstraten English Bookstore will be open for attendees to peruse and find books for their personal libraries)

2:00-2:45pm– Queen Wilhelmina and Her British Governess, by Renny van Heuven

2:45-3:00pm – Question and Answer (coffee and tea available at the back of the conference room)

3:00-3:45pm – Notabilities: Royalty and Celebrities in the late 19th Century, by Ted Rosvall

3:45-4:00pm – Question and Answer (coffee and tea available at the back of the conference room)

4:00-4:45pm – Grand Duchess Marie Pavlovna: Aunt Miechen, by Galina Korneva

4:45-5:00pm – Question and Answer (coffee and tea available at the back of the conference room)

5:00-5:30pm – Authors Coryne Hall, Galina Korneva, Tatiana Cheboksarova, Bjarne Steen Jensen, Ted Rosvall, Susan Symons and Arturo E. Beéche will be available for signing your books.

Sunday, November 9

9:15-10:00am – Opening words, coffee

10:00-10:45am – The Royal House of Bavaria, by Coryne Hall

10:45-11:00am – Question and Answer (coffee and tea available at the back of the conference room)

11:00-11:45am – Royal Jewels, by Bjarne Steen Jensen

11:45-12:00 – Question and Answer (coffee and tea available at the back of the conference room)

12:00-2:00pm – LUNCH (The area around the hotel is filled with unique restaurants and the shop at Hoogstraten English Bookstore will be open for attendees to peruse and find books for their personal libraries)

2:00-2:45pm – Schloß: The Fascinating Royal History of 25 German Castles, by Susan Symons

2:45-3:00pm – Question and Answer (coffee and tea available at the back of the conference room)

3:00-3:45pm – The Lesser-known Coburgs, by Arturo E. Beéche

3:45-4:00pm – Question and Answer (coffee and tea available at the back of the conference room)

4:00-4:45pm – The Vladimir Villa in Tsarskoe Selo, by Galina Korneva

4:45-5:00pm – Question and Answer (coffee and tea available at the back of the conference room)

5:00-5:30pm – Authors Coryne Hall, Galina Korneva, Tatiana Cheboksarova, Bjarne Steen Jensen, Ted Rosvall, Susan Symons and Arturo E. Beéche will be available for signing your books.


Space is limited. We have 6 remaining spots. If interested, do not hesitate to contact us. Also, you can print the form attached and send it to us at: books@eurohistory.com or aebeeche@mac.com
 

 

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