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Monarchy at Sea: The Maritime Dimension of Nationalization

  • Miriam Magdalena SchneiderEmail author
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This chapter introduces the four ‘Sailor Princes’ Alfred of Britain, Valdemar of Denmark, Heinrich of Prussia and Georgios of Greece within the context of their peculiar national and dynastic environments. It maps out the ‘imaginative landscapes’ that nineteenth-century Britons, Danes, Germans and Greeks associated with their respective maritime spheres, drawing attention to the important role that the sea, the navy and the sailors played in discourses on national identity. It depicts the various (constitutional, political, military, etc.) challenges faced by the Glücksborg, Hohenzollern and Saxe-Coburg dynasties in their quest for stabilization. And it examines how ‘Sailor Princes’ helped their respective dynasties to address some of these issues by symbolically locating the monarchy on mental timelines between (imagined) great naval pasts and visions of future naval greatness.

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