The Royal Family in Wartime
The Royal Family in Wartime was published at the end of the Second World War to provide a permanent record of the Royal Family and the role it played during the war.
Published by Odhams Press, London, 1945, with permission of of King George VI. This book is packed with photographs of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth. The Royal Family in Wartime shows their involvement with the public throughout the UK, troops in North Africa, Australian, Canadian and American troops, as well as troops from the Commonwealth, and much more.
This is a remarkable book. It has 128 pages of photographs and text covering the entire war.
Hardback with dust jacket which is scuffed on its edges. The inside pages are clean and in good condition.