Britain's Royal Family In The 20th Century: King Edward Vii To Queen Elizabeth Ii



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  • Britain's Royal Family In The 20th Century: King Edward Vii To Queen Elizabeth Ii
  • Donald Edgar
  • 06 May 2019
  • 0517269945

10 thoughts on “Britain's Royal Family In The 20th Century: King Edward Vii To Queen Elizabeth Ii

  1. says:

    Since this book was written in the 70s, obviously it s a little behind However, the information was good It was especially interesting to see the forecast for how Prince Charles would turn out The idea of Queen Elizabeth abdicating in favor of Charles was presented as viable however, one would see that today and probably guess the opposite It s as if Queen Elizabeth is living as long as possible because every day she reigns is a day that Charles does not Also, I enjoyed learningabout Since this book was written in the 70s, obviously it s a little behind However, the information was good It was especially interesting to see the forecast for how Prince Charles would turn out The idea of Queen Elizabeth abdicating in favor of Charles was presented as viable however, one would see that today and probably guess the opposite It s as if Queen Elizabeth is living as long as possible because every day she reigns is a day that Charles does not Also, I enjoyed learningabout Edward VII and George VI The information about Edward VIII was also interesting Sure, it had a lot to do with the abdication, but it also was about his tense relationship with his father.My biggest suggestion would be to organize the information a little better It had it separated by monarch, which was wise However, headings within those chapters would have been a help Sometimes it was rather arduous Overall, it had good information

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