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  • Abdication England, 1936. The year began with the death of a beloved king and the ascension of a charismatic young monarch, sympathetic to the needs of the working class, glamorous, and single. By year’s end, the world would be stunned as it witnessed that new leader give up his throne in the name of love, ... Read Book
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