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A smattering of editorial opinions concerning the bygone activities of one "Dave Windsor" authored by the assorted ink-stained wretches dwelling in both England and the United States.

"Many felt with George Bernard Shaw that Edward quit, 'simply and solely because he hates his job and has had enough of it.'

'What's the good of being Prince if I can't do as I like?' he protested as a youngster after riding his bicycle across his fathers geranium bed. Innumerable incidents supported the popular impression that as Prince of Wales he had not looked forward to kingship with pleasure. Once in a Paris club, he was asked by an American: 'How shall I behave here?' 'Like a human-being.' The answer roused his quick smile, - but just then a Britisher came up, bowed from the waist.

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Did the Duke of Windsor have any regrets?

At the end of the day, history will remember him simply as one of the most henpecked husband to have ever stumbled across the surface of the earth.

     


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