The complete illustrated guide to the kings & queens of Britain: a magnificent and authoritative history of the royalty of Britain, the rulers, their consorts and families, and the pretenders to the throne

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Hermes House, 2006 - Biography & Autobiography - 256 pages
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Review: The Complete Illustrated Guide to the Kings & Queens of Britain: A Magnificent and Authoritative History of the Royalty of Britain - The Rulers, Their Consorts and Families, and the Pretenders to the Throne

User Review  - Sara - Goodreads

Took a lot longer to read then I expected but very informative. I know understand the British Monarchy a LITTLE better. Read full review

Review: The Complete Illustrated Guide to the Kings & Queens of Britain: A Magnificent and Authoritative History of the Royalty of Britain - The Rulers, Their Consorts and Families, and the Pretenders to the Throne

User Review  - Daniel Domenech - Goodreads

Well, it's a hell of a long book. Overall a great read. Once you get to the 1700's, it starts to get a bit dullsince it focuses on the role of powerless rulers. Nevertheless, a very thorough read. Read full review

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