A King's Story

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A King's Story

By The Memoirs of the Duke of Windsor
Putnam, 1951
435 pp. $4.50

A pleasant autobiography, concluding with the abdication crisis of 1936, the obvious culmination of the narrative. The work is not particularly informative about broad world or Empire affairs, but is most useful for an understanding of the subtle premises of that unique institution, the British crown.

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