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Dave Windsor could not stand Coronation Commentary by Geoffrey Dennis and succeeded in putting an end to its publication and distribution during the Spring of 1937. The zingers he objected to were such as these:

"He left his land with kingly dignity and repaired to the welcome company of rich American Jewesses... He was a tragic, broken man, but off to the sun and white snow [he went] with full trunks and full pockets. Until his marriage [to Mrs. Wallis Simpson] was mooted they had no notion of how to get rid of him. She who they pretended was disaster was in fact a godsend. Her two divorces were a gift from heaven... There were other things. Things done and said in infatuation, his lover's prodigality, his shrill King's rage against those who denied her to him, things left undone in his infatuation, duty, neglected... Irregular hours, irregular habits, muddling, fuddling, meddling..."

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The Duke Went After An Author (Pathfinder Magazine, 1937)

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