Originally published in 1998 by Weidenfeld and Nicholson, the second volume of the diaries and letters of Violet Bonham Carter, the daughter of the Prime Minister, Asquith. Bonham Carter was also a Liberal politician in her own right and this volume covers the years 1914-45, giving an insight into this important period in modern British history.
Violet Bonham Carter, the only daughter of H.H. Asquith, kept a diary from the age of 18. She moved in privileged circles with the great figures of the day and wrote revealingly about what she saw. This book contains a selection of her diaries and letters, covering the years 1914-1945.
Mark Pottle read modern history at the University of Sheffield and at Wolfson College, Oxford (where he is now a research fellow). He is the editor of the previous volumes of these letters & diaries.
Champion Redoubtable by Violet Carter
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