EBOOK Deadlier Than the Male: Wives of the Generals 1677–1937


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    EBOOK Deadlier Than the Male: Wives of the Generals 1677–1937 Read & Download Á PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ß Trina Beckett Trina Beckett ß 6 Free download Deadlier Than The Male is non fiction and is about the wives behind some high ranking British military men The author chose a range o

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Deadlier Than The Male is non fiction and is about the wives #Behind Some High Ranking #some high ranking the wives behind some high ranking military men The author chose a range of women covering a period in history from 1677 1937Although some of the names were new to me I did enjoy the chapter about Kitty Pakenham wife of the Duke of Wellington Descendents of the Duke still live at their country estate in Hampshire close to where I live I was also fascinated by the chapter How much influence did notable wives have on the leading commanders in British military history These women tend to be disregarded but as Trina Beckett demonstrates *In This Revealing And Thought Provoking Study Their Influence Has * this revealing and thought provoking study their influence has been profound Taking examples from the eighteenth century to the Second World War she uncovers a hidden dimension in the rise to prominence of some of Britain. .
Deadlier Than the Male: Wives of the Generals 1677-1937

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Lose to where I live I was also fascinated by the chapter about Dorothy Haig and her role in creating organisations that helped soldiers and their families who were injured in the first world warNo two women in the book were the same but most had influence on the men they married These were individuals who refused to fit into any stereotypical view that they should remain behind the scenes uietly organising the domestic side of fit into any stereotypical view that they should remain behind the scenes uietly organising the domestic side of S Paulina Wood proved such a disastrous hostess that
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almost destroyed the of Sir Evelyn Wood and Lord Robert s reputation for jobbery owed much to his wife Nora s constant interference in appointmentsTrina Beckett s perceptive and absorbing case studies reveal much about the women whose lives she portrays and the contribution they made to their distinguished husbands military caree. Bout Dorothy Haig and her role in creating organisations th Deadlier Than The Male is non fiction and is about the wives behind some high ranking British military men author chose a range of women covering a period in history from 1677 1937Although some the names were new to me I did enjoy the chapter about Kitty Pakenham wife of the Duke of Wellington Descendents of the Duke still live at their country estate in Hampshire S most famous soldiers and documents a series of fascinating relationships between powerful *Men And Eually Powerful * and eually powerful Churchill Duchess Of Marlborough And Dorothy Countess Duchess of Marlborough and Dorothy Countess are perhaps the most famous examples of wives who played important roles in their husbands brilliant careers However sometimes the lives of leading commanders would be hindered as well as helped by their wive.