By Edward W. Hanson
At first glance, it might seem odd that an article is published in the Society’s Annual Report about a French princess, born in exile in England, who later married into the Italian royal family. However, this particular princess was a sister of Rainha D. Amélia, the last Portuguese queen before the Revolution, and she visited both Portugal and her colonies in Africa on more than one occasion. This article explores some of those links within the broader context of Princess Hélène’s life.
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