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Please note: This is a companion version & not the original book.
Sample Book Insights:
#1 Margaret Rose, the sister of the Queen, had a difficult time watching the movie Schindler’s List. She had been raised to renounce her German roots, and she was not disturbed by the bombings during World War II.
#2 The Princess’s sister, the Queen, had a difficult time watching the movie Schindler’s List. She was raised to renounce her German roots, and she was not disturbed by the bombings during World War II.

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Date de parution 13 octobre 2022
Nombre de lectures 0
EAN13 9798350031393
Langue English
Poids de l'ouvrage 1 Mo

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Insights on Kitty Kelley's The Royals
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Insights from Chapter 1



#1

Margaret Rose, the sister of the Queen, had a difficult time watching the movie Schindler’s List. She had been raised to renounce her German roots, and she was not disturbed by the bombings during World War II.

#2

The Princess’s sister, the Queen, had a difficult time watching the movie Schindler’s List. She was raised to renounce her German roots, and she was not disturbed by the bombings during World War II.
Insights from Chapter 2



#1

The House of Windsor was a fantasy created in 1917 to conceal the German roots of the King and Queen, and the deception enabled the monarchy to be perceived as British by subjects who despised Germany.

#2

The House of Windsor was a fantasy created in 1917 to conceal the German roots of the King and Queen, and the deception enabled the monarchy to be perceived as British by subjects who despised Germany.

#3

The House of Windsor was a fantasy created in 1917 to conceal the German roots of the King and Queen, and the deception enabled the monarchy to be perceived as British by subjects who despised Germany.

#4

The House of Windsor was a fantasy created in 1917 to conceal the German roots of the King and Queen, and the deception enabled the monarchy to be perceived as British by subjects who despised Germany.

#5

The King of England, George V, kept his German roots secret to save his throne, and then systematically ostracized his foreign relatives. He did this without compunction, even after receiving news that the Czar and Czarina and their four daughters and young son had been massacred by the Bolsheviks.

#6

The House of Windsor was a fantasy created in 1917 to conceal the German roots of the King and Queen, and the deception allowed the monarchy to be perceived as British by subjects who despised Germany.

#7

The king’s family was German, and he kept it that way to save his throne. He ostracized his foreign relatives without a second thought, even after the Czar and Czarina and their four daughters and young son were butchered by the Bolsheviks.
Insights from Chapter 3



#1

In 1917, the British monarchy created a fantasy family to conceal their German roots, and the deception allowed the monarchy to be perceived as British by subjects who despised Germany.

#2

The House of Windsor was a fantasy created in 1917 to conceal the German roots of the King and Queen, and the deception allowed the monarchy to be perceived as British by subjects who despised Germany.

#3

The House of Windsor was a fantasy created in 1917 to conceal the German roots of the King and Queen, and the deception allowed the monarchy to be perceived as British by subjects who despised Germany.

#4

The House of Windsor was a fantasy created in 1917 to conceal the German roots of the King and Queen, and the deception allowed the monarchy to be perceived as British by subjects who despised Germany.

#5

The House of Windsor was a fantasy created in 1917 to conceal the German roots of the King and Queen, and the deception allowed the monarchy to be perceived as British by subjects who despised Germany.

#6

The House of Windsor was a fantasy created in 1917 to conceal the German roots of the King and Queen, and the deception allowed the monarchy to be perceived as British by subjects who despised Germany.

#7

The House of Windsor was a fantasy created in 1917 to conceal the German roots of the King and Queen, and the deception allowed the monarchy to be perceived as British by subjects who despised Germany.

#8

The House of Windsor was a fantasy created in 1917 to conceal the German roots of the King and Queen, and the deception allowed the monarchy to be perceived as British by subjects who despised Germany. The Queen Mother was the warden who ensured that anything detrimental to the sweet myth was destroyed or buried.

#9

The House of Windsor was a fantasy created in 1917 to conceal the German roots of the King and Queen, and the deception allowed the monarchy to be perceived as British by subjects who despised Germany.

#10

The House of Windsor was a fantasy created in 1917 to conceal the German roots of the King and Queen, and the deception allowed the monarchy to be perceived as British by subjects who despised Germany.
Insights from Chapter 4



#1

The House of Windsor was a fantasy created in 1917 to conceal the German roots of the King and Queen, and the deception allowed the monarchy to be perceived as British by subjects who despised Germany.

#2

The House of Windsor was a fantasy created in 1917 to conceal the German roots of the King and Queen, and the deception allowed the monarchy to be perceived as British by subjects who despised Germany.

#3

The House of Windsor was a fantasy created in 1917 to conceal the German roots of the King and Queen, and the deception allowed the monarchy to be perceived as British by subjects who despised Germany.

#4

The House of Windsor was a fantasy created in 1917 to conceal the German roots of the King and Queen, and the deception allowed the monarchy to be perceived as British by subjects who despised Germany.

#5

The House of Windsor was a fantasy created in 1917 to conceal the German roots of the King and Queen, and the deception allowed the monarchy to be perceived as British by subjects who despised Germany.

#6

The House of Windsor was a fantasy created in 1917 to conceal the German roots of the King and Queen, and the deception allowed the monarchy to be perceived as British by subjects who despised Germany.

#7

The House of Windsor was a fantasy created in 1917 to conceal the German roots of the King and Queen, and the deception allowed the monarchy to be perceived as British by subjects who despised Germany.

#8

The House of Windsor was a fantasy created in 1917 to conceal the German roots of the King and Queen, and the deception allowed the monarchy to be perceived as British by subjects who despised Germany.

#9

Mountbatten was a self-promoter who felt he deserved to be the next king of England. The King and Queen initially felt insecure about their roles as king and queen, and they worried that Winston Churchill was stealing their spotlight.

#10

Mountbatten was a self-promoter who felt he deserved to be the next king of England. The King and Queen initially felt insecure about their roles as king and queen, and they worried that Winston Churchill was stealing their spotlight.

#11

The House of Windsor was a fantasy created in 1917 to conceal the German roots of the King and Queen, and the deception allowed the monarchy to be perceived as British by subjects who despised Germany.

#12

The House of Windsor was a fantasy created in 1917 to conceal the German roots of the King and Queen, and the deception allowed the monarchy to be perceived as British by subjects who despised Germany.

#13

The House of Windsor was a fantasy created in 1917 to conceal the German roots of the King and Queen, and the deception allowed the monarchy to be perceived as British by subjects who despised Germany.

#14

The House of Windsor was a fantasy created in 1917 to conceal the German roots of the King and Queen, and the deception allowed the monarchy to be perceived as British by subjects who despised Germany.

#15

The House of Windsor was a fantasy created in 1917 to conceal the German roots of the King and Queen, and the deception allowed the monarchy to be perceived as British by subjects who despised Germany.

#16

The House of Windsor was a fantasy created in 1917 to conceal the German roots of the King and Queen, and the deception allowed the monarchy to be perceived as British by subjects who despised Germany.

#17

The House of Windsor was a fantasy created in 1917 to conceal the German roots of the King and Queen, and the deception allowed the monarchy to be perceived as British by subjects who despised Germany.

#18

Mountbatten was determined to put as much distance between Philip and his German roots as possible. The King and Queen were very upset about the New York Times article, which claimed that the most likely candidate for the hand of Princess Elizabeth was Prince Philip of Greece.
Insights from Chapter 5

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