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Brewer's British Royalty

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A book by David Williamson

Anglophiles and royal watchers should enjoy this volume from the publisher ofBrewer's Dictionary of Phrase and Fable(HarperCollins, 1995), now in its fifteenth edition. The author, David Williamson, is also the coeditor ofDebrett's Peerage and Baronetage(St. … see full wiki

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Author: David Williamson
Publisher: Cassell
1 review about Brewer's British Royalty

A good, if not spectacular, basic reference

  • Nov 23, 1998
Rating:
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Though not perfect, this is a useful basic reference to the history of Britain's Royal Family. Most of the emphasis is on the individuals who made up that history, and so whether you're researching Diana, Princess of Wales, or Gruffydd ap Rhys I, Prince of Deheubarth (1090-1137), you'll find at least enough info here to get you started.

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