Dos Infantes y un Destino
The tragic lives of Alfonso de Bourbon and Bourbon, and Alfonso de Bourbon Dampierre, grandchildren of King Alfonso XIII, who could have worn the Crown of Spain, according to Franco’s Law of Succession.
The first one died by an accidental firing shot by the gun that his brother, Juan Carlos, future King of Spain, was holding; his cousin, the Duke of Cádiz, had also a terrible death, when he was beheaded by a steel cable while he was skiing in the winter resort of Beaver Creek, Colorado (United States).
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