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A major figure behind his nephew Philip's marriage to Queen Elizabeth

II and instrumental in the royal family taking the Mountbatten name,

Dickie Mountbatten's career included being Supreme Allied Commander of

South East Asia during World War Two and the last Viceroy of India. Once

the richest woman in Britain and a playgirl who enjoyed numerous

affairs, Edwina Mountbatten emerged from World War Two as a magnetic and

talented charity worker loved around the world.From the prize-winning

and bestselling historian, Andrew Lownie, comes a nuanced portrayal of

two very unusual people and their complex marriage to mark the 40th

anniversary of Lord Mountbatten's assassination by the IRA.From British

high society and the South of France to the battlefields of Burma and

the Viceroy's House, this is a rich and filmic story whose characters

include all the key figures of the Second World War. From Churchill and

Montgomery to Roosevelt and Eisenhower; the Royal Family, including the

Duke of Windsor, George VI, the Queen, Prince Philip and Prince Charles;

to Charlie Chaplin, Noel Coward, Salvador Dali, George Gershwin, Grace

Kelly and Merle Oberon.******************************Praise for Stalin's

Englishman, a Guardian Book of the Year, Times Best Biography of the

Year and Mail on Sunday Biography of the Year:'An abundance of vivid

detail... a matchless and splendidly exciting read' Times'Complicated,

revelatory: a superb biography more riveting than a spy novel' Sunday

Telegraph

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