Selfish, shallow and snobbish? The long post-Abdication lives of the Duke and Duchess of Windsor.
Diana Orton introduces the lady described by the Prince of Wales as, ‘after my mother, the most remarkable woman in the Kingdom.’
John Colville's personal appreciation of Sir Winston’s work and character
At the end of the First World War, the British monarchy sought to strengthen bonds across the English-speaking world. Frank Prochaska discusses the ambassadorial role played by Edward, Prince of Wales, in the United States.
George Bernard Shaw influenced the Abdication Crisis with a short play that has been forgotten in the last seventy years.