Sovereign: Elizabeth II & the Windsor Dy

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Delacorte Press, 1991 - Biography & Autobiography - 440 pages
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Tough, disciplined, hard-working and enigmatic, Queen Elizabeth II of Great Britain is one of the most written about women in the world, and one of the least known. Now a veteran royal watcher paints a full-scale portrait of this consummate practitioner of the queenly crafts timed to coincide with Her Majesty's 65th birthday celebration. Photographs.

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SOVEREIGN: : Elizabeth II and the Windsor Dynasty

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There may be no family in the world of whom one reads so much yet knows so little as the British Royal Family, but Flamini (Ava, 1982; Pope, Premier, President, 1980) now gives us an informed and ... Read full review

Sovereign: Elizabeth II and the Windsor dynasty

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The publication of Flamini's biography of Elizabeth II is intended to coincide with the Queen's 65th birthday, but that seems to be its only purpose. There's nothing new here except a bit more ... Read full review

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Out of Africa
1
Liubet
13
Heir Presumptive
34
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