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30,962.  Edward VIII: he was declaring himself unfit to rule.  He wasn’t a monarch, he was just a man.  (England & Great Britain & Edward VIII)  Dr Lucy Worsley, Fit to Rule: How Royal Illness Changes History: Happy Families III

 

 

32,331.  David found comfort in the arms of a series of married women.  (George V & Edward VIII)  King George and Queen Mary: The Royals Who Rescued the Monarchy, BBC 2012 I

 

32,332.  Wallis Simpson was brash, American and dripping with emeralds; worst still she was twice married.  (George V & Edward VIII)  ibid.

 

 

32,340.  Wallis Simpson couldn’t have been more alarming.  (George V & Edward VIII)  King George and Queen Mary: The Royals Who Rescued the Monarchy, BBC 2012 II

 

32,341.  Queen Mary later confided that the new king [Bertie] sobbed on her shoulder for a whole hour.  (George V & Edward VIII)  ibid.

 

32,342.  On 3rd June 1937 the Duke of Windsor married his twice-divorced American at a rented chateau in France.  (George V & Edward VIII)  ibid.

 

 

27,202.  For some time the British government has known the Duchess of Windsor was exceedingly pro-German in her sympathies and connections.  And there is strong reason to believe that this is the reason why she was considered so obnoxious to the British government.  They refused to permit Edward to marry her and maintain the throne.  (Nazi & Great Britain & Royal Family & Edward VIII)  FBI papers released under Freedom of Information Act, cited Edward VIII: The Traitor King

 

27,203.  The Duchess was obtaining a variety of information concerning official activities which she was passing on to the Germans. (Nazi & Great Britain & Royal Family & Spy & Edward VIII)  ibid.

 

 

79,787.  How deep does that ruthless streak run?  (Edward VIII & Royal Family & Conspiracy)  Conspiracy s1e2: The Nazi King, Channel 5 2015, of Royal Family

 

79,788.  Edward passed on critical military intelligence to the Germans.  (Edward VIII & Royal Family & Conspiracy)  ibid.

 

79,789.  Mrs Simpson was a suspected Nazi sympathiser ... It was claimed she was having an affair with a key Nazi.  (Edward VIII & Royal Family & Conspiracy)  ibid.

 

79,795.  Just like his older brother Edward, the Duke of Kent saw Germany as a natural ally ... It’s believed he was in regular contact with the Nazis.  (Edward VIII & Royal Family & Conspiracy)  ibid.

 

 

 

32,147.  His [Edward VIII’s] successor, George VI, was also keen on appeasement.  (Royal Family & George VI & Edward VIII)  Royal Babylon *****

 

32,149.  The embittered Edward was urging the bombing of his own people.  (Royal Family & Edward VIII)  ibid.

 

 

32,228.  But you must believe me when I tell you that I have found it impossibility to carry the heavy burden of responsibility and to discharge my duties as King as I would wish to do without the help and support of the woman I love.  (George VI & Edward VIII & Resignation)  The Kings Speech 2011 starring Colin Firth & Geoffrey Rush & Guy Pearce & Helena Bonham Carter & Timothy Spall & Derek Jacobi & Jennifer Ehle & Anthony Andrews & Claire Bloom & Eve Best & Freya Wilson & Tim Downie & Roger Hammond & Michael Gambon et al, director Tom Hooper, Edward VIII

 

 

32,251.  Her name was the Princess Fahmy Bey.  Two months before at the Savoy Hotel she had shot dead her husband, an Egyptian prince, with three bullets in cold blood.  But six years before, she’d had a secret affair with another prince – the future Edward VIII ... This reckless episode from Edward's past threatened to expose the heir to the British and imperial throne to disgrace.  Edward VIII’s Murderous Mistress, Channel 4 2013

 

32,252.  Behind the trial lies a long-buried story of royal infatuation and royal scandal.  Maggie Meller was Edward's first mistress ... An affair that exploded in a toxic cocktail of sex, blackmail, murder and a secret cache of vanished letters.  ibid.

 

32,253.  She offered excitement like no other before.  Maggie ignited Edward's sex drive.  ibid.

 

32,254.  Edward was also writing letters to Maggie ... Maggie had a hold over Edward – his letters.  ibid.

 

32,255.  It took the jury just one hour to find her not guilty.  ibid.

 

 

32,256.  After I am dead, the boy will ruin himself in twelve months.  George V

 

 

32,257.  This is a love story.  But it is not the love story we've always thought it was.  Wallis Simpson, Duchess of Windsor, was a sensation ... Hidden away in an English attic an extraordinary and revelatory cache of secret letters and diaries has been discovered.  Wallis Simpson: The Secret Letters, Channel 4

 

32,258.  Just before Edward’s abdication, Wallis Simpson was desperate to avoid marrying him and planned to escape ... Wallis ended up spending her life with the wrong man and cast adrift from the man she truly loved.  ibid.

 

32,259.  For her the abdication was a disaster.  She was facing a life sentence with Edward.  ibid.

 

32,260.  The one man she truly did love was the man she was divorcing – her husband Ernest.  How on earth had Wallis made such a monumental error?  ibid.

 

32,261.  Edward was showing an intensity of passion that was alarming.  ibid.

 

32,262.  Wallis lived on to the age of eighty-nine.  ibid.

 

 

27,202.  For some time the British government has known the Duchess of Windsor was exceedingly pro-German in her sympathies and connections.  And there is strong reason to believe that this is the reason why she was considered so obnoxious to the British government.  They refused to permit Edward to marry her and maintain the throne.  (Nazi & Great Britain & Royal Family & George VIII)  FBI papers released under the Freedom of Information Act, cited Edward VIII: The Nazi King

 

27,203.  The Duchess was obtaining a variety of information concerning official activities which she was passing on to the Germans.  (Nazi & Great Britain & Royal Family & Spy & Edward VIII)  ibid.

 

 

32,263.  As Edward VIII he reigned for just three hundred and twenty six days before abdicating in disgrace.  Best known for his affair and subsequent marriage to Wallis Simpson.  (Edward VIII & Great Britain & England & United Kingdom)  Edward VIII: The Traitor King, Channel 4 1995

 

32,264.  Evidence has now emerged that he passed national secrets to foreign governments.  And of his complicity with Adolf Hitler.  And of his financial dealings.  (Edward VIII & Great Britain & England & United Kingdom)  ibid.

 

32,265.  Edward had an abiding love for all things German.  (Edward VIII & Great Britain & England & United Kingdom)  ibid.

 

32,266.  And frequently dodged his duties to have affairs usually with married women.  (Edward VIII & Great Britain & England & United Kingdom & Affairs)  ibid.

 

32,267.  He soon gathered a new breed of courtier around him.  (Edward VIII & Great Britain & England & United Kingdom)  ibid.

 

32,268.  Increasingly, Edward was seen as a security risk.  (Edward VIII & Great Britain & England & United Kingdom)  ibid.

 

32,269.  Not one word of his affair had been reported to the British press.  (Edward VIII & Great Britain & England & United Kingdom & Affairs)  ibid.

 

32,270.  In October 1936 the Simpson divorce came through.  (Edward VIII & Great Britain & England & United Kingdom & Affairs)  ibid.

 

32,271.  She was to be the public excuse.  (Edward VIII & Great Britain & England & United Kingdom)  ibid.

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