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the next step. Would it be directed against herself? She often asked this question. Not that she cared very much. Her anxiety was for her country. Who could carry on the work she had so conscientiously strived to do? There was Ferdinand, of course I But had he the power to hold the people? It was a terrible burden for the Queen to have on top of her sorrow !
Meanwhile, a strange adventure befell Yolanda.
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