Monday, March 10, 2014

Mafalda (1934). Leonard Campbell Taylor



Princess Mafalda of Savoy was married to Queen Victoria’s Great Grandson and was the daughter of the Italian King Victor Emmanuel III. During WW II, Adolf Hitler believed she was working against the war effort; he called her the “blackest carrion in the Italian royal house.” She was imprisoned and died at the Buchenwald concentration camp.

1 comment:

AMY VUDURES said...

I have found this Mafalda as a signed print, appears old...can you email me with more info on it..I know there were only 300 signed prints made of the size I found. Thx aVuDurEs (at) gMaIL dot com.....