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Royalty and Diplomacy in Europe, 1890-1914 (New Studies in European History) Paperback – July 30, 2007

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"A short review can't possibly do justice to the richness and analyses and evidence this book contains." Central European History

"This is an excellent book...highly recommended." German Studies Review

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This book examines the role of royal families in European diplomacy before the outbreak of the First World War. It argues against the prevailing orthodoxy that has sought to marginalise the role of monarchs, and shows that monarchs remained significant political actors in pre-1914 Europe. Much attention is paid to relations between royal courts, notably those of Britain, Prussia-Germany and Russia (led by Edward VII, Wilhelm II and Nicholas II), but the book also contains case-studies that probe the extent of royal diplomatic influence in a wider context.

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