HENRIETTA MARIA: The Betrayed Queen
At the heart of the English Civil War stands the wife of Charles I, Henrietta Maria. She came to England in 1625 at the age of fifteen, undermined by her greedy French entourage, blocked by the forceful Duke of Buckingham and weighed down by instructions from the Pope to protect Catholics in England. Her life is a story of courage and devotion. 16 pages of photos, many in color.
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