FREDERIK V: A Reign Without Ruler
The history of Frederik V, who reigned over Denmark-Norway from 1746 until his death in 1766. For the most part he was a ruler in name only because already as a young man the King had developed a pattern of alcohol abuse that rendered him unable to administer his power in an independent fashion. Illustrated in color.
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Item #: 3909883
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