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Based on the recently discovered diaries of Lionel Logue, The King's Speech: How One Man Saved the British Monarchy recounts an inspiring real-life tale of triumph over adversity, when an Australian taught a British king with a crippling speech defect how to speak to his subjects.
Peter Conradi's books include The Red Ripper: Inside the Mind of Russia's Most Brutal Serial Killer, Mad Vlad: Vladimir Zhirinovksy and the New Russian Nationalism, and Hitler's Piano Player.
Table of Contents
|God Save the King||p. 1|
|The 'common colonial'||p. 13|
|Passage to England||p. 33|
|Growing Pains||p. 45|
|Court Dress with Feathers||p. 79|
|The Calm Before the Storm||p. 91|
|Edward VIII's 327 Days||p. 105|
|In the Shadow of the Coronation||p. 121|
|After the Coronation||p. 129|
|The Path to War||p. 145|
|'Kill the Austrian House Painter'||p. 157|
|Dunkirk and the Dark Days||p. 171|
|The Tide Turns||p. 187|
|The Last Words||p. 219|
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