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"This war", wrote Winston Churchill to King George VI at the height of the Second World War, "has brought throne and people closer together than was ever before recorded". Here is a full account of that coming together. It is a study of the contribution made, not only by George VI and his redoubtable Queen, but also by the entire royal family during those turbulent years. And of how that contribution strengthened and popularized the monarchy. This is a family saga; an account of the lives, as much private as public, of all the diverse members of what George VI called "The Firm". Together with the tireless efforts of the King and Queen, it deals with such aspects as the Duke of Windsor's flirtation with Fascism, the tree-felling obsessions of Queen Mary, the mysterious death of the Duke of Kent, the activities of the Athlones in Canada and the Gloucesters in Australia, and the imprisonment of the Princess Royal's eldest son, Viscount Lascelles.
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Theo Aronson is the author of over twenty works of royal historical biography, published in eleven languages. Among the widely read are Grandmama of Europe, The King in Love, and Napoleon and Josephine. In the course of researching and writing these books he has interviewed major and minor members of Britain’s royal family and members of the royal households, as well as various officials, servants, friends and others whose lives are in some way connected with the monarchy.
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Book Description John Murray Pubs Ltd, 1994. Hardcover. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110719550157
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Book Description John Murray Publishers Ltd, 1994. Hardcover. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX0719550157
Book Description John Murray Pubs Ltd, 1994. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0719550157