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Carlos: The King Who Would Not Die
Carlos The King Who Would Not Die
Author: John Langdon-Davies
By all rights, Carlos II of Spain should have died in his cradle; in John Langdon Davies' vivid phrase, he had died of poison 200 years before he was born. — This last of the Spanish Hapsburgs lived during the 17th century-a cruel age, beset by violence, witchcraft and court intrigue. — Generations of inbreeding had concentrated on Carlos all the ...  more »
ISBN: 478410
Publication Date: 1963
Pages: 272

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Publisher: Prentice-Hall
Book Type: Hardcover
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