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|Title||:||The King's Speech: How One Man Saved the British Monarchy|
|Author||:||Mark Logue, Peter Conradi|
|Number of Pages||:||242|
|Category||:||Biography, Audiobook, Non fiction|
PDF, EPUB, MOBI, TXT, DOC The King's Speech: How One Man Saved the British Monarchy One man saved the British Royal Family in the first decades of the th century he wasn t a prime minister or an archbishop of Canterbury He was an almost unknown and self taught speech therapist named Lionel Logue whom one newspaper in the s famously dubbed The Quack who saved a King .
Logue wasn t a British aristocrat or even an Englishman he was a commoner and an Australian to boot Nevertheless it was the outgoing amiable Logue who single handedly turned the nervous tongue tied Duke of York into one of Britain s greatest kings after his brother Edward VIII abdicated in over his love of Mrs Simpson .
This is the previously untold story of the remarkable relationship between Logue and the haunted future King George VI written with Logue s grandson and drawing exclusively from his grandfather Lionel s diaries and archive It throws an extraordinary light on the intimacy of the two men and the vital role the King s wife the late Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother played in bringing them together to save her husband s reputation and reign .
The King s Speech How One Man Saved the British Monarchy is an astonishing insight into a private world Logue s diaries also reveal for the first time the torment the future King suffered at the hands of his father George V because of his stammer Never before has there been such a personal portrait of the British monarchy at a time of its greatest crisis seen through the eyes of an Australian commoner who was proud to serve and save his King