Journal des palace in Paris has published an edition of the King’s Diary that covers the reigns of Charles V, George VI, Edward VIII and Queen Elizabeth II.
The King’s diary was published in 1591, the year of his coronation.
The publication is the first time that the royal diary has been published on the French platform.
“We think this is a significant step in the right direction,” the Journal des Palace said in a statement.
“The king and queen have made many important decisions over the past four decades, but it is also important to remember that they have also made important decisions as part of their personal lives.
The journals have become a part of the public domain. “
And we think this will be of immense value to all of us.
The journals have become a part of the public domain.
The King, who was born in 1749, died in 1681 and is buried in the royal chapel at Westminster Abbey. “
In addition, the King has a strong record of independence and a commitment to ensuring that the rights of his subjects are respected, particularly in the face of powerful political interests.”
The King, who was born in 1749, died in 1681 and is buried in the royal chapel at Westminster Abbey.
In a statement, the Journal de Palace said the publication had been “supported by a generous donation from the Royal Society, a private foundation that has been working on this project for years”.
“We have also been very grateful to our sister publication, the French edition of Les débats du monde du roi, for the opportunity to work with them and to be part of this project,” the journal added.
“Our hope is that it will be published by the end of the year.”
In a speech to the French parliament, French President Emmanuel Macron called for the “public access to the royal records” to be made possible. “
It will allow the King and the Queen to reflect on the decisions they made during their reign, and it will enable the people to know more about their own life in France, and about the history of their country, that will also help them to appreciate the richness of France.”
In a speech to the French parliament, French President Emmanuel Macron called for the “public access to the royal records” to be made possible.
“I want to thank the royal archive for this opportunity,” he said.
“This is a great privilege, which allows the people in France to understand the decisions of the kings, the presidents and the prime ministers, and that will be a source of pride to them.
In the US, the Library of Congress has published the official version of the records.”
But also for the royal family to have a complete record of their life, so that it can be used by the generations.”
In the US, the Library of Congress has published the official version of the records.