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The very young Edward VIII wrote these words at the age of nine:

"...And here he was, at the end of twenty months, a king out of a berth...sent away from his kingdom almost without a single protest from those who he had tried to aid."

"I find great pleasure in my talks with the woman who first aroused me to a sense of my kingly duties."

"She jokingly refers to herself as the instigator of my downfall."

The primary topic of the article pertains to some hot water that the Duke was stewing in at the time for having attended a Catholic mass; even as the "Former Defender of the Faith", this was seen as poor form.

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The Boyhood of the Duke of Windsor (Literary Digest, 1936)

The Boyhood of the Duke of Windsor (Literary Digest, 1936)

The Boyhood of the Duke of Windsor (Literary Digest, 1936)

The Boyhood of the Duke of Windsor (Literary Digest, 1936)

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