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  • | colspan="2" align="center" | '''King Edward VIII''' '''Edward VIII''' and later the Duke of Windsor (born Edward Albert Christian George Andrew Patrick David [[House of Windsor|Windsor]])
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  • This is a bibliography of major works on [[Edward VIII]]. ...ng Live the King: George V, King and Emperor; Prince and Sovereign, Edward VIII''. Toronto, Can.: John C. Winston. LCCN 38006896
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  • This is a list of external links on [[Edward VIII]]. Retrieved on 2009-04-20. *[http://www.britroyals.com/kings.asp?id=edward8 Britroyals entry]
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  • This is a bibliography of major works on [[Edward VIII]]. ...ng Live the King: George V, King and Emperor; Prince and Sovereign, Edward VIII''. Toronto, Can.: John C. Winston. LCCN 38006896
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  • #REDIRECT [[Edward VIII]]
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  • #REDIRECT [[Edward VIII]]
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  • | colspan="2" align="center" | '''King Edward VIII''' '''Edward VIII''' and later the Duke of Windsor (born Edward Albert Christian George Andrew Patrick David [[House of Windsor|Windsor]])
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  • ...dward VIII of the United Kingdom|Duke of Windsor]], formerly King [[Edward VIII]] of the United Kingdom. Wallis's marital status and reputation forced a c ...ve. A scant three years later, Thelma, Lady Furness, a mistress of Edward VIII, introduced Wallis Simpson to the king. By all accounts he became complete
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  • ...the reigns of [[Henry VIII of England|Henry VIII]], [[Edward VI of England|Edward VI]] and [[Mary I of England|Mary I]]. This response, described as "The Rev ...d. Elizabeth's changes were more wholesale than those of her half-brother, Edward VI. All but [[Anthony Kitchin|one]] of the bishops lost their posts, a hund
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  • ...response to the religious divisions created over the reigns of Henry VIII, Edward VI and Mary I.
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  • {{r|Edward VIII}} {{r|Edward VII}}
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  • This is a list of external links on [[Edward VIII]]. Retrieved on 2009-04-20. *[http://www.britroyals.com/kings.asp?id=edward8 Britroyals entry]
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  • (19 June 1896 - 24 April 1986) American divorcee for whom King Edward VIII gave up the throne of Great Britain.
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  • {{r|Edward VIII}}
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  • ...to be king and always stood in the shadow of his charismatic older brother Edward, the prince of Wales. George was educated at Osborne and at the Royal Naval On the abdication of his brother, [[Edward VIII]], in December 1936, the Duke of York became King George VI; he was crowned
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  • {{r|Edward VIII}}
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  • {{r|Edward VIII}}
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  • ...is late brother. They had six children; the first son became [[King Edward VIII]] (1894–1972) and the second became King [[George VI]] (1895–1952). Ho before=[[Edward VII]]|
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  • |[[Edward VII]] |[[Edward VIII]]
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  • In 1936, following the abdication of [[Edward VIII]], later the Duke of Windsor, Elizabeth’s father the Duke of York became
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  • ...n|Protestantism]] as the national religion during the reign of her brother Edward. ...and Elizabeth were eventually reinstated in the line of succession, behind Edward.
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  • |Edward |Edward
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  • ...ref>Evans, 463</ref> In 1937 he created a scandal by greeting the [[Edward VIII of the United Kingdom|Duke]] and [[Wallis, The Duchess of Windsor|Duchess o
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