Prince Albert: The Man Who Saved the Monarchy
by A. N. Wilson
✅ Editor: Atlantic Books
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For more than six decades, Queen victoria ruled a large Empire at the height of its power. Next to her for more than twenty years has been the great love of his life, his trust in her husband and the father of nine children, Prince Albert. But while Victoria is seen as the embodiment of his time, was the Prince Albert, A. N. Wilson wisely argues, that has been at the forefront of the Victorian Britain of the transformation of a vibrant and extraordinary centre of the political, technological, scientific and intellectual progress. A lot more than just the product of his age, Albert has been one of its factors of influence, and architects. A composer, engineer, soldier, politician, linguist and bibliophile, Prince Albert, more than any other, the real, was really a ‘genius’. Albert lived only forty-two years. Yet, in that moment, he had the royal dynasties of Germany, Russia, Spain and Bulgaria. Through the Victoria Albert and his German advisers promoted the idea of a modern constitutional monarchy. In this extraordinary biography, Wilson shows that there was almost no aspect of British national life that Albert does not touch. Taken from the Royal archives, including Prince Albert ii and voluminous correspondence, this brilliant and ambitious book provides fascinating never-known details about the man and his time. A superb match of biographer and subject, Prince Albert, finally, gives to this important historical figure, the respect and recognition that is long overdue.
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