In their classic novel Freedom at Midnight, Larry Collins and Dominique Lapierre recall Lord Louis Mountbatten, by the side of Gandhi as he lay in state, hours after being felled by an assassin’s bullet in Delhi. From the crowd a man shouted, “It was a ... The Financial Chronicle, 2 months ago
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The IRA assassination of Prince Charles's 'honorary grandfather' in Sligo in 1979, had a profound impact on the future king of Britain, a controversial new biography claims. In an interview with the Sunday Independent, Catherine Mayer, author of ...Irish Independent, 1 month ago Prince Charles makes impassioned speech about oceans Malay Mail, 1 week ago Prince Charles and Camilla visit D.C. tourist spots on 1st full day of U.S. visit CBC, 1 week ago Prince Charles, Camilla wow other tourists on U.S. visit Reuters UK, 1 week ago
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From the section Magazine Despite air raids and austerity, style was not in short supply in World War Two. An exhibition at the Imperial War Museum looks at how conflict abroad meant fashion at home had to change. Clothing coupons limited what ...BBC, 6 days ago
Washington (AFP) - Prince Charles made an impassioned speech Wednesday in Washington about the deteriorating state of the world's oceans, striking a somber note on the first full day of his US tour with wife Camilla. A vociferous environmental ...Yahoo! News, 1 week ago Prince Charles sounds alarm about state of world's oceans China Post, 1 week ago
WASHINGTON - Prince Charles learned something new on his tour of the nation's capital Wednesday: His uncle built a better polo stick. Charles and his wife, Camilla, got the royal tour of the U.S. capital, being ushered around Washington's ...IOL, 1 week ago Gifts showered on Prince Charles USA Today, 1 week ago Prince Charles, Camilla get royal tour of Washington, DC Miami Herald, 1 week ago In Washington, Charles and Camilla hobnob with young Americans Malay Mail, 1 week ago
How the dippy duke with a death wish was snared by Mrs Simpson, the 'sexual hypnotist': Royal biographer reveals Edward hated 'Princing' as much as he loved its top perk... other men's wives
Edward VIII hated 'princing' and felt he was living a lie as heir to the throne But he did enjoy affairs with a string of women, some who were married Prince's parents did not allow him to marry Lady Rosemary Leveson-Gower He then fell madly in love ...Capital Bay, 3 weeks ago
No matter how formidable the stature of the person who occupies it, Rashtrapati Bhavan in New Delhi seems simply too grand to serve as a home for any individual, even if that person happens to be the President of India. When I was invited to ...Huffington Post, 3 weeks ago
Despite air raids and austerity, style was not in short supply in World War Two. An exhibition at the Imperial War Museum looks at how conflict abroad meant fashion at home had to change. Clothing coupons limited what most people could buy and ...BBC, 3 weeks ago
The tiger skin has been housed in east Belfast for the past 50 years and is still in perfect condition Lying on the carpet of a bungalow in east Belfast is a prized Indian tiger skin that used to belong to the Maharaja of Bundi. It has been housed ...BBC, 3 weeks ago
Neither side making requisite effort Looking at history, the first half of the twentieth century saw tremendous changes in global power politics as the United Kingdom's influence as an Imperial power began to gradually decline, which led ...Pakistan Today, 4 weeks ago
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