Greg King





Greg King


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Greg King (born 1964) is an American author, best known for his biographies of prominent historical figures.

He is the author of eleven internationally published works of royal and social history, specializing in late Imperial Russia and Edwardian-era royalty, including The Fate of the Romanovs, The Court of the Last Tsar, and the UK bestseller The Duchess of Windsor. A frequent onscreen expert and commentator for historical documentaries, his work has appeared in Majesty Magazine, Royalty Magazine, Royalty Digest, and Atlantis Magazine.

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The Fate of the Romanovs

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The Assassination of the Ar...

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The Last Empress: The Life ...

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The Court of the Last Tsar:...

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The Resurrection of the Rom...

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A Season of Splendor: The C...

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Sharon Tate and the Manson ...

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Lusitania: Triumph, Tragedy...

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The Duchess Of Windsor: The...

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The Mad King: The Life and ...

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“Many in America, as one social historian wrote, 'believed implicitly that New York's social leaders went to bed in full evening dress, brushed their teeth in vintage champagne, married their daughters without exception to shady French counts, and arrayed their poodle dogs in diamond tiaras.'...”
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“the bride at every wedding and the corpse at every funeral,”
Greg King, The Assassination of the Archduke: Sarajevo 1914 and the Romance That Changed the World

“Only 768 people—passengers and crew—had survived; four of those died of their injuries in the next months. Some 1,198 had perished, including 128 Americans. Over 800 of Lusitania’s victims were never recovered.(”
Greg King, Lusitania: Triumph, Tragedy, and the End of the Edwardian Age

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