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Loyal to Three Kings. The Memoir of Alec Hardinge

£70.00

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The author was the daughter of Lord Edward Cecil, and the widow of Alec Hardinge who served under King George V, King Edward VIII, and King George VI. According to A.L. Rowse, Helen Hardinge put the Abdication "in the right perspective at last." 8vo. 192 pp. Includes b/w photographs. 1967 second Impression. The book is tightly bound with clean, clear pages; endpapers browning. Bound in dark blue boards with gilt titles to spine; very clean but slight discolouration along lower edge. Unclipped dust jacket is quite worn at the edges, now in a protective wrapper

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Author(s):
Helen Hardinge
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
8vo
Edition:
second Impression
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
192
Publisher:
William Kimber

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The author was the daughter of Lord Edward Cecil, and the widow of Alec Hardinge who served under King George V, King Edward VIII, and King George VI. According to A.L. Rowse, Helen Hardinge put the Abdication "in the right perspective at last." 8vo. 192 pp. Includes b/w photographs. 1967 second Impression. The book is tightly bound with clean, clear pages; endpapers browning. Bound in dark blue boards with gilt titles to spine; very clean but slight discolouration along lower edge. Unclipped dust jacket is quite worn at the edges, now in a protective wrapper

Author(s):
Helen Hardinge
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
8vo
Edition:
second Impression
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
192
Publisher:
William Kimber

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