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«GRAND DUCHESS ALEXANDRA PAVLOVNA
LIFE. FAMILY. FATE. MEMORY»
 
 
 
 
Великая княгиня Александра Павловна. Семья. Жизнь. Судьба. Память
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The monograph by Oleg E. Volovik tells in an entertaining form the story of incredible, unusual, in many cases tragic life that fell on the Great Duchess of Russia, Archduchess of Austria, the spouse of Hungarian Palatine Alexandra Pavlovna Romanova – the eldest daughter of Emperor Paul I, sister of the Emperors Alexander I and Nicolay I. Concentration of mind-blowing events of very old and recent days, plenty of great illustrations, unique archive materials and documents, many of which are published in Russian for the first time, the author’s thrilling description of so many hardly known facts of Russian and European history unavoidably classify this book into the category of particularly valuable and long-living publications…  
 

PRESENTATION OF THE BOOK 


The presentation of the voluminous book of the journalist and president of the Civil Collaboration, Cultural and Spiritual Heritage Foundation Oleg E. Volovik, titled “Grand Duchess Alexandra Pavlovna. The Family. The Life. The Fate. The Memory.” took place in Budapest, in the building of Hungarian Academy of Science. Before the start of the presentation His Highness Duke Dimitry Romanovich Romanov and his spouse Her Highness Mme. Dorrit Reventlow, His Highness Archduke Michael Habsburg-Lotharingian and his spouse Her Highness Hungarian Duchess Krisztina von Habsburg and the author of the book were received by the Cardinal of Hungary, Archbishop of Budapest and Esztergom, President of the Conference of Catholic Bishops of Hungary Dr. Peter Erdo. He received an exclusive inscribed example of the book. Later, the same delegation, including members of the Habsburg and Romanov dynasties and the author, was received by the President of the Hungarian Academy of Science Mr. Szilveszter E. Vizi, who was also presented with an exclusive copy of the book. The event was attended by representatives of various mass media…  
 

PUBLICATION PARAMETERS 
 

Author: Oleg E. Volovik
Books size: 308 х 214 mm.
Weight: около 3 kg. 
Paper – 150 gr/m2.
Total pages – 540.
Thickness: 58 mm. Gold stamping.

Total number of illustrations and graphic elements: 1148. Out of it- 240 portraits, as well as tens of illustrations of palace interiors, antique engravings, aquarelles, architectural compositions, battle descriptions, memorial medals and counters, archive materials and documents, period coins, genealogic schemes and tables.

Joint publication of “Interpressfact” (Budapest), “ALVO” Publishing (Moscow) and the Civil Collaboration, Cultural and Spiritual Heritage Foundation (Budapest).

Published under the patronage of Expert-Editing Council of Russian Highest Public Reward – the Order of St. Alexander Nevsky “For Labour and Homeland” ( Moscow)

ISBN: 963-218-146-8.  UDK 94 (4) 929.731, 726.821.  BBK Т63.3 (0=)66.

During the preparation of the monograph, the historical materials and documents were translated from English, Hungarian, Latin, German and French languages.

The book has been printed in Hungary in the oldest typography in Europe, established in 1561- Alfoldi Nyomda Rt. (Debrecen)


   
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