Very Good. This title concerns life inside British politics-and in particular the lives of Churchill, Attlee, Eden and Macmillan-from the end of WWII to the end of the end of the author's life. Sewn binding. Cloth over boards. 442 p. Contains: Illustrations.
This is the third volume of personal Diaries and Letters, recording the experiences of a sensitive, intelligent and principled woman, who lived at the centre of high British political life from her earliest years and came to influence them in her own right . The charm of the intimacy of the writing is notable,recording both personal,national and international vicissitudes along with the consolations and satisfactions of effort rewarded. The impact of the social revolution she records is forceful. The emergence of a mature and resilient personality is inspiring. The great historical value is due to her lifelong involvement, personal and political,with the powerful individuals who rebuilt a transformed Britain in the years following the Second World War. This is a book to keep for reflecting upon.
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