King George V

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Phoenix, 2000 - Всего страниц: 516

The Whitbread (and Wolfson and Yorkshire Post) Prize Winning account of the king whose life spanned the centuries. Grandfather of the present Queen, George V bridged the century from the ¿glories¿ of the Victorian and Edwardian eras through the horrors of the Great War. His life is recounted here drawing on letters and diaries of the Royal family as well as intimates and social observers of the time.

As his funeral cortege turned into New Palace Yard the Maltese Cross fell from the Crown and landed in the gutter. ¿A most terrible omen¿ wrote Harold Nicolson. And indeed it was.

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Very good biography of George V that presents a very objective portrait. I have been very impressed by that king, notwithstanding some quirks, quite common in his Hanoverian line. I liked how author ... Читать весь отзыв

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Kenneth Rose, CBE is an eminent historian and prize-winning biographer.

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