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Guild Publishing. London 1985. A portrait of the man and the many facets of his character - arrogant, intelligent, charming, and Royal. Christened in the presence of Queen Victoria. Both in his career and in his private life, Lord Louis Mountbatten of Burma stood at the centre of the great events in which this country was involved in the last century. This life story is paints a great canvas of British history in the first sixty-eight years of the twentieth century. He was a sailor, statesman and finally victim of a terrorist bullet. He served as Supreme Commander in South-East Asia during World War II As Viceroy of India he oversaw the move to independence, whilst his wife Edwina enjoyed the company of Jawaharlal Nehru. Illustrated dust jacket over blue cloth covered end boards. Uniformly aged paper. Near fine condition. 786pp 240 x 155mm