King George V

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Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 1983 - Grande-Bretagne - 514 pages
This profile of one of the most popular sovereigns of recent British history chronicles his uninspired early life and his development into a competent and principled monarch.

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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 ... Read full review

Contents

MARRIAGE
24
HEIR TO THE THRONE
43
EARLY REIGN
74
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Kenneth Rose, a renowned historian and biographer, is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature and a contributor to The Dictionary of National Biography. He was awarded the CBE in 1997. He founded the 'Albany' column on the Sunday Telegraph, having worked previously on the Daily Telegraph's 'Peterborough' column.

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