2 edition of Désirée, queen of Sweden and Norway. found in the catalog.
Désirée, queen of Sweden and Norway.
Hochschild, Karl Fredrik Lotarius friherre
|Statement||Tr. from the French of Baron Hochschild by Mrs. M. Carey|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||96|
|LC Control Number||08024807|
Désirée was also Queen of Norway. She visited Norway a couple of times, the first being time in  In Norway, she is most known as the protector of Eugenia stiftelse [The Eugenia Foundation] for poor girls in Oslo of Maria Schandorff, which she protected and often visited from until Désirée, Queen, consort of Charles XIV John, King of Sweden and Norway, Publisher Paris, E. Plan, Nourrit et cie; [etc., etc.] Collection americana Digitizing sponsor Google Book from the collections of University of California Language FrenchPages:
It made its way over to Sweden when Jean Baptiste and Désirée became King Carl XIV Johan and Queen Desideria of Sweden. Queen Desideria left the parure to her daughter-in-law, Queen Josephine of Sweden (grand daughter of Napoleon’s Empress Josephine), who gave it as a wedding gift to her granddaughter, the aforementioned Queen louise of. Désirée Finnegan has been appointed chief executive of Screen Ireland, taking over from James Hickey. Finnegan was most recently Warner Bros.' senior vp theatrical marketing and publicity Emea, having spent 15 years at the studio and working on campaigns including Dunkirk, The Lego Movie, the Harry Potter franchise and The Dark Knight trilogy. “Désirée brings a wealth and depth of.
Désirée Queen, consort of Charles XIV John, King of Sweden and Norway (), Charles XIV John King of Sweden and Norway (), Desideria consort of Charles XIV John, King of Sweden and Norway (), Desideria consort of Charles XIV John, King of Sweden and Norway (), Désirée, reine de Suède (), General Bernadotte, Napoleon I Emperor of the French Written works: Désirée. My mother gave the book to me when Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden was born. One of her names (3rd or 4th) is Desiree. It is the story of a young girl from Marseille who was betrothed to Napoleon. He dumped her for Josephine. She later married one of Napoleons Mareshalls - Bernadotte - who got himself elected as King of Sweden in /5(57).
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Price New from Used from 4/5(2). Désirée = Desiree, Annemarie Selinko Eugénie Bernardine Désirée Clary (8 November 17 December ), in Swedish officially Eugenia Bernhardina Desideria, was Queen of Sweden and Norway as the consort of King Charles XIV John (a former French General and founder of the House of Bernadotte), mother of Oscar I, and one-time fiancée of Napoleon Bonaparte/5.
Désirée by Annemarie Selinko (Book); The queen's fortune: a novel of Desiree, Napoleon, and the dynasty that outlasted the empire by Allison Pataki (Book); Désirée, queen of Sweden and Norway by Karl Fredrik Lotarius Hochschild (Book). Queen Desideria of Sweden and Norway was the wife of King Carl XIV Johan (born Jean Baptiste Bernadotte).
She was born Bernardine Eugénie Désirée Clary, on November 8,in Marseille, France, the youngest of the nine children of François Clary, a wealthy French merchant, and Françoise Rose h Désirée and her sister Julie, their parents are the ancestors of the royal.
Désirée, queen of Sweden and Norway. New York, Dodd, Mead & Co., (OCoLC) Named Person: Désirée, Queen consort of Charles XIV John King of Sweden and Norway; Désirée, Queen consort of Charles XIV John King of Sweden and Norway: Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors.
InJosephine became Queen of Sweden and Norway at the accession of her spouse. She was crowned in Sweden 28 September There had been some opposition: the religious debate was more heated in the s than it had been inwhen Queen Desideria had been crowned, but Oscar solved the matter by declaring that he would not be crowned Father: Eugène de Beauharnais.
Bernadine Eugenie Clary, Désirée, Queen Desideria of Sweden and Norway The novel Désirée is a fictional tale written as a journal by the historical Désirée. Within the murky tale we read of guillotines, first loves, wars, history, family responsibilities, court intrigues, balls, parties and so very much more.
Reading a tale of truth and. For Désirée’s own version of events as told to her court chamberlain in old age, see K.F.L. Hochschild, Désirée, Queen of Sweden and Norway, trans. Carey (NY: Dodd, Mead & Company, ), which is available online in the Hathi Trust Digital Library.
Désirée (the person) Bernardine Eugénie Désirée Clary was a real person, and the novel Désirée by Annemarie Selinko is based on actual events in her life. Although the book varies from known facts in several places, and obviously much of it is the author's invention, Désirée really was engaged to Napoleon Bonaparte, married to Jean-Baptiste Bernadotte, and crowned Queen Desideria of.
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Désirée, queen of Sweden and Norway. (New York, Dodd, Mead & company, ), by Karl Fredrik Lotarius Hochschild and Martha Ward Carey (page images at HathiTrust) Désirée, reine de Suède et de Norvège, (Paris, E. Plan, Nourrit et cie; [etc., etc.], ), by Karl Fredrik Lotarius Hochschild (page images at HathiTrust; US access only).
Désirée Clary, Queen of Sweden and × ; 49 KB Elise Arnberg - Queen Desideria - S - Finnish National 1, × 1,; KB Enkedrottning Désiréé, hofmarsalk y of citizenship: France, Sweden. It covers the period from to when Napoleon is a young dirt-poor soldier who meets Désirée, the 14 year-old daughter of a silk merchant, to his rise and fall as the Emperor of France and her coronation as the Queen of Sweden and Norway.
Désirée Clary, later Queen of Sweden, by Robert Lefévre. This portrait is at Drottingholm This image is a side on view, as opposed to the full frontal view of the work by Lefévre below, which is now in the Royal Domain at Drottingholm. Désirée Clary, Queen Desideria of Sweden and Norway.
Unofficial Royalty: Désirée Clary; Born on November 8,in Marseille, France, Bernardine Eugénie Désirée Clary was the daughter of François Clary, a wealthy silk manufacturer and merchant, and Françoise Rose Somis. Descendants of Désirée, Queen consort of Sweden and Norway née Clary (9 generations) Duplicate branches O King Karl XIV Johan of Sweden and III of Norway (*O† ).
Désirée, later queen Desideria, was born Eugénie Bernardine Désirée Clary, in Marseille, France. It is told in the polemyc book of Queen Sofia of Spain by Pilar Urbano: Norwegian RF will be the only Scandinavian dynasty not known by a Gascon name untill the House of Westling succeeds in Sweden.
In Norway we pronounce the name of. Désirée () was a film that Marlon Brando was literally forced to make. Under contract to 20th Century-Fox, Brando had been assigned to The Egyptian () in the role of Dr.
Sinuhe (which eventually went to Edmund Purdom), but he walked out and went back to New York. Fox took him to court and sued him for $2 million.
As part of the settlement, Brando agreed to appear in another film. Book categories: History, Early Kings, Sagas, Later Kings, Karl XII, Christina, Palaces, Novels, DVDs, Scandinavia, Denmark, Finland, Norway, Vikings, Greenland History of Sweden.
A Concise History of Sweden by Neil Kent. This book sweeps through Sweden's history from the Stone Age to the present day.
Topics include the Vikings, the Scandinavian Union, the Reformation, royal absolutism. Prince Erik of Sweden and Norway, Duke of Västmanland: King Gustaf V of Sweden (*O† ) Prince Carl of Sweden and Norway, Duke of Västergötland: King Oscar II of Sweden and Norway (*O† ) King Karl XV of Sweden and IV of Norway: Sofia of Nassau, Queen consort of Sweden and Norway.In her husband becomes King of Sweden but Desiree does not go to Sweden untilwhen she goes with her daughter-in-law and at her own request is crowned Queen in I had not read a lot about Napoleon and the Napoleonic Wars and I did enjoy this book.
This is a story based on the history of France in the 's/5(4).