Prince Eddy: The King Britain Never Had
Tempus, 2006 - 319 էջ
Andrew Cook argues in this book that Prince Albert Victor of Wales, popularly known as Prince Eddy, was a charismatic historical figure, and would have made a fine king of England. This is a fresh perspective, considering historians have connected him to several scandals over the years, including the mystery of Jack the Ripper.
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LibraryThing ReviewՀաճախորդի կարծիքը - JeffreyMarks - LibraryThing
The two most fascinating things about this otherwise forgettable prince were the rumors about him being Jack the Ripper and the Cleveland Street scandal. Granted, the Ripper story is a bit of a ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewՀաճախորդի կարծիքը - chiara2 - LibraryThing
Not having followed the latest theories on the real identity of Jack the Ripper (last I heard he was an American doctor or something) I actually had no idea anyone had suspected a deceased member of ... Read full review