Mountbatten

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Random House, 1981 - Non-Classifiable - 302 pages
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A biography of one of this century's most famous and most colorful figures, Lord Louis Mountbatten, is told through his own words and the author's comments and details every important event and aspect of his dramatically full official and private lives

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Review: Mountbatten: A Biography

User Review  - Stephen - Goodreads

An excellent biography, rich in detail but never boring. The details about royal entanglements in the early 20th century were a nice compliment to the recent Royal Wedding coverage. In addition to ... Read full review

Review: Mountbatten: A Biography

User Review  - William J. Shep - Goodreads

Standard but good biography of a royal who was a top commander in World War II and last British Viceroy of India. A liberal in politics he was cruelly murdered, along with his young grandson, by Irish terrorists in 1979. Read full review

Contents

THE MURDER
3
THE BOY SAILOR
9
THE GOLDEN COUPLE
35
Copyright

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About the author (1981)

Richard Hough, a noted naval historian and author, lives in England.