biography French Revolution historical novel Louis XVII Marie Antoinette
Die Naundorff-mite word in stand gehou deur die publikasies van die Librairie de la Survivance in Saint-Sulpice, Parys, en deur die Institut Louis XVII wat in 1990 in die Rue des Moines, Parys, gestig is.
Historian Philippe Delorme, who wrote a book about Louis XVII
and organised the genetic tests, lists the facts of the boy's brief but grim life.
The so - called Lost Dauphin was Charles, son of Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette, called, after his father's death, Louis XVII
by French loyalists.
I don't know that we've quite reached something comparable to a Louis XVII
, but I do know some of us really push it.
But in 1853 Williams also claimed to be the son of Louis XVI, and therefore the Dauphin and Louis XVII