Queen Elizabeth II: The Oral History
Packed full of fascinating eye-witness accounts, this book describes the early years of Queen Elizabeth II's reign. It tells the sad story of the shocking death of her father and the adjustments required of a newly married couple. It then takes you through to the children's marriages, the death of Princess Diana, and Prince Harry and Meghan's move to the United States.
Originally published in 2002, it also contains memories from crucial figures, such as Winston Spencer Churchill and Nelson Mandela.
This extraordinary book presents revealing view into the workings of Buckingham Palace and the strengths and weaknesses of the Royal Family. It asks questions about conflict and change, and the monarchy's journey as colonial institution. This unique book offers a remarkable insight into our Monarch.