The surprise bestseller The King's Speech told the unknown story of the bond between George VI and Lionel Logue, the brilliant, eccentric speech therapist who helped the young king face up to the unimaginable challenge of leading his nation into war. But their story did not end there. Presenting more never-before-seen material from Logue's meticulous, brilliant diaries, The King's War chronicles what Logue saw and heard at the king's side as George and his people braved the long years of isolation and hardship of the Second World War.
As the king's confidant and advisor and an outsider looking in on the political and military intrigue at the Court, Logue's uniquely humane view of his client and friend throws new light on this crucial time.
Peter J. Conradi
|Formát||234 x 153 mm|