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Elizabeth: Behind Palace Doors [Anglais] [Broché]

Nicholas Davies

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5 octobre 2000

A remarkable biography of Queen Elizabeth II, Elizabeth: Behind Palace Doors, contains secrets of the royal family never previously published in this country. The lives of the Queen, Prince Philip and their children are examined and exposed in detail to reveal the Windsor family's disturbing history of adultery, jealousy and mental cruelty.

Award-winning journalist Nicholas Davies examines the mood, the ambitions and the forebodings of the Queen at the start of the new millennium. He gives us, too, an insight into the harsh reality of the relationship between the Queen and her husband.

Elizabeth: Behind Closed Doors also investigates the early years of Charles, Anne, Andrew and Edward, covering their relationships with their parents and their own various love affairs, marriages, separations and divorces. The marriage of Charles and Diana is scrutinised to reveal the principle reason for their marital breakdown.

For more than a decade the supporting cast of royals stole the limelight as their marriages fell apart in acrimony; but now, with nearly 50 years on the throne and her children more settled, the Queen is returning to centre stage. This compelling book looks at Elizabeth II's plans for her own future as she wrestles with the uncertainty of what lies ahead for the House of Windsor.


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Nicholas Davies is a freelance journalist and author and has written widely on Britain's royal family, including books on the late Diana, Princess of Wales.

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1.0 étoiles sur 5 Don't bother! 27 octobre 2004
Par shirley lieb - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I bought this book hoping to learn more about the queen's life as she lives it away from the public. Instead I found a poorly written book filled with many untruths. After page 121 I sent the book to the resale shop.

Some of these huge errors are as follows.

1. That the Home Secretary has been present at every royal birth since the time of James II. Not true. George VI overuled this for the birth of Prince Charles.

2. That the Elizabeth and Phillip spent time at the home of the Duke and Dutchess of Kent in 1946, where the Duke and Dutchess understood their need to be alone. Yes, they did, but the Duke was no longer living. The then duke was a young boy.

3. That Elizabeth and Phillip's wedding night was Nov. 22. Their wedding date is Nov. 20. Huge error.

4.That Prince Charles was born on Nov. 12. He was born on Nov. 14. People from the UK writing such a book should know their dates.

5.That she had never ridden on the underground, made a bed or prepared tea or a meal. Again not true. She rode on the London tube in 1939 to have tea at the YMCA and during her time in Girl Guides did in fact make her bed, wash dishes and prepare meals with the other guides.

So save your money and buy a book about the queen that has been thoroughly researched and has all the facts straight.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Very Interesting 5 juillet 2013
Par JONJORJ - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Being a Royalist I guess I am prejudiced, but, I found this book better than many others as the Queen comes over, not just as Her Majesty, but a woman who probably has the most difficult job in the world, and keeps doing it till she Passes. There is no question of retiral, the Oath she made when she was on tour in South Africa, contained the words, until I die. No when I get fed up with it. It is also interesting that while she is without doubt an extremely wealthy lady, her payment per year from the Government, and, therefore, the British People works out at approximately 50 cents per person per year
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