How Fat Was Henry VIII?: And 101 Other Questions on Royal History ePub download
by Raymond Lamont-Brown
- ISBN: 0750947373
- ISBN13: 978-0750947374
- ePub: 1440 kb | FB2: 1567 kb
- Language: English
- Category: Europe
- Publisher: The History Press; 51648th edition (January 1, 2009)
- Pages: 320
- Rating: 4.9/5
- Votes: 619
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Raymond Lamont-Brown. I was looking forward to this book and then when I was reading it it took forever.
Raymond Lamont-Brown. I have already read quite a lot about the English royalty and I caught the author in a couple (quite a lot) of lies/wrong facts or how you want to call them.
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For anyone interested in royal matters, or curious about what went on behind the palace walls, Raymond Lamont-Brown helps answer all those intriguing, confusing, mysterious and entertaining questions we might have about our monarchs.
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And 101 Other Questions on Royal History. Most of us know that Queen Victoria ruled over a great Empire, that King John signed the Magna Carta, and that Harold was killed at the Battle of Hastings. But this book, for inquisitive visitors to the royal palaces and monarchy buffs everywhere, takes us to the heart of the matter, and tells us what we really want to know about life behind the palace walls: Which monarch had the most eccentricities? Which king invented the handkerchief? Which queen pretended to be invisible?