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Serving the Good and the Great: The Amazing True Story of Violet Liddle

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Violet Liddle's charming account offers glimpses into another world and another time-into the private lives of the good and the great. She recounts her fascinating experiences as she served as parlour-maid to George Bernard Shaw and Winston Churchill before and during World War II. Because of her real-life upstairs/ downstairs experiences, she was an advisor to the filmmak ...more
Paperback, 195 pages
Published December 6th 2004 by Zondervan (first published December 1st 2004)
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Violet Liddle was a consultant for the movie "Gosford Park" after the producer found out she had served for Churchill and Shaw
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