Author:Leopold I of Belgium

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Leopold I of Belgium
(1790–1865)
After Russian military service and marriage to a British princess, he became the first King of the Belgians following the country's independence in 1830. He reigned between July 1831 and December 1865. In British politics he left his mark as a confidante of young Queen Victoria.
Leopold I of Belgium

Works[edit]

  • Memoirs of Leopold I., King of the Belgians; from unpublished documents, in Two Volumes (1868) ed. by Théodore Juste; translated by Robert Black (external scan) (external scan) (external scan)
  • Letters to Queen Victoria
  1. The King of the Belgians to Queen Victoria, 3rd May 1844
  2. The King of the Belgians to Queen Victoria, 28th June 1844: England, France, and Russia

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