The Deaf Princess Who Was Mistreated by Freud and Defied the Nazis

The remarkable life of Princess Alice of Battenberg

Young Princess Alice of Battenberg from Hulton Archive/Getty Images

The royal wedding of then Princess Elizabeth and Philip Mountbatten on November 20th, 1947 at the Westminster Abbey in London was a festive day marked by grand celebrations.

Contemporary British newspapers gushed about every aspect of the wedding, from the hundreds of gifts…

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I am a university student who writes under a pseudonym about history, life and faith. :) https://www.buymeacoffee.com/ilanaquin

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