Description - Sons, Servants and Statesmen by John van der Kiste
Explores aspects of Victoria's life, focusing on four roles - mentors, family, ministers and servants. This book tells about her close and faithful relationship with Albert, one of the great royal love stories, but her relationships with her sons were much more stormy. Also, she showed a decided partiality for Disraeli but disliked Gladstone.
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(234mm x 156mm x 10mm)
The History Press Ltd
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Author Biography - John van der Kiste
John Van der Kiste, has written nearly 20 books on British and European royalty, including William and Mary, and, with Coryne Hall, Once a Grand Duchess: Xenia, Sister of Nicholas II. He also writes historical articles and reviews for local and national journals, and has contributed to the New Dictionary of National Biography.