Book Condition: Very Good in Very Good- dust jacket
Publisher: New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, c1967.
Very Good condition with a dark stain on the front board, an owner's name on the half-title page, sunning to the edges and age toning to the pages in a Very Good- dust-jacket that is worn around the edges and has soiling to the rear.
Sarah, Duchess of Marlborough was a formidable woman who played a pivotal role in the Wars of the Spanish Succession. She was the daughter of the 2nd Duke of Marlborough and Christine de Pompadour. Sarah married the Duke of Marlborough in 1718 and they had nine children. She was a political mastermind and her husband's most trusted advisor. She played an instrumental role in the Duke's military campaigns, most notably the Battle of Blenheim. Sarah died in 1759, leaving behind a legacy of political stability and victory.; 8vo; 351 pages.