PRINCES AT WAR: The Bitter Battle Inside Britain's Royal Family in the Darkest Days of WWII
In 1936, the British monarchy faced the greatest threats to its survival in the modern era--the crisis of abdication and the menace of Nazism. The fate of the country rested in the hands of George V's unequipped sons: King George VI, Prince Henry, Prince George, and King Edward VIII. Here is their story. 16 pages of photos.
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