ISABELLA, YOUNG QUEEN OF SPAIN by Mildred Criss
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ISABELLA, YOUNG QUEEN OF SPAIN

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A dramatic story, done full justice here in a biography of the young and much wronged little queen. Through all her early life, Isabella and her younger brother were victimized by their half brother, Enrique, King of Castile, and his perfidious wife, Juana. She was separated from her fiancÉ, Fernando, held captive, and three othere marriages were projected. Finally Civil War won their fight for freedom, and after her young brother's death, Isabella escaped and married Fernando. By the author of that excellent biography of Mary Stuart, Young Queen of Scots.

Pub Date: Sept. 23rd, 1941
Publisher: Dodd, Mead