New Early History of Europe book series
The three-book series documents the complex royal relationships of the monarchies of early Europe, including England, Scotland, France, Spain, Hungary, and Germany. Some of the royal family histories, particularly those of Spain and Hungary, are rare in English. There are external links to the website “Many Mini Biographies” with the other family histories that are necessary to fully understand the political pressures under which the monarchies in the various countries evolved.
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This company markets the books published by now retired teacher Rodney Bond. In 2010 Rodney was named the MIT High School Inspirational Teacher of the Year. Rodney spent many years researching the early history of European countries and their monarchies.
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