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Title: The Hanoverians: The History of a Dynasty
Description: Fine condition. Hambledon and London, 2004. First edition-first printing. Blue hardback(gilt lettering to the spine, a couple of small nicks and scratch on the edges of the cover) with Dj(two small creases and nicks on the edges of the Dj cover), both in fine condition. Illustrated with b/w photos. The book is new with light shelf wear. 273pp including List of illustrations, abbreviations, notes, selected reading, index. First edition. This is another paragraph Product Description: In The Hanoverians, one of Britain's most widely read historians, Jeremy Black, presents a detailed look at the long reign of this family's scandal-plagued reigning dynasty from the eighteenth to the early nineteenth century, including four King Georges and William IV. From the controversial King George I, who spoke only French and German, to George III's humiliating loss of the American colonies and bouts of insanity, to the disliked George IV's scandalous marriage and attempted divorce, the reign of the Hanoverians was filled with interesting stories and extraordinary characters. Fine/Fine. ISBN: 9781852854461

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Price: GBP 23.40 = appr. US$ 33.41 Seller: Alpha 2 Omega Books
- Book number: 2545

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