Queen Elizabeth II's Diamond Jubilee by Press Association

Queen Elizabeth II's Diamond Jubilee

By Press Association

  • Release Date: 2012-05-21
  • Genre: Biography
Score: 3.5
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Description

Explore six decades of history with Queen Elizabeth II’s Diamond Jubilee, a stunning photographic portrait of Her Majesty’s incredible 60-year reign from the archives of the Press Association.
 
From the Coronation to the wedding of Prince William to Kate Middleton, relive the defining moments since The Queen acceded to the throne with this companion to the 2012 Diamond Jubilee celebrations.
 
Featuring more than 250 rarely-seen archive images, this visual journey through time includes 15 galleries telling the stories that made a monarch.

Reviews

  • Font too small

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    By Benjamin Frost
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  • Queen Elizabeth 11's diamond jubilee

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    By namerof
    won't download so not impressed therefore gave it only 1 star couldn't give less otherwise i would., very dissapointed!
  • MM

    2
    By salsa bunny :)
    The book doesn't work on neither on my iPad 3 nor iPhone 4 !! On my iPad3 when I click on it it said PAUSED!! And won't open! Please would you update and fix the bugs!! Both my iPhone 4 & the Latest iPad 3 all run on iOS5 !!
  • Problems

    3
    By Murphybear
    I tried loading this on ipad 3. It did eventually load, it was just slow, maybe due to large number of photos? Looks OK so far.
  • great but wont open/sync

    3
    By lozzyx
    this would be fantastic, but for some reason it will not sync to my iphone, or open in itunes :( a little upsetting really.
  • Captions

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    By Dhamma student
    This would be a nice commemorative book, if the captions really went with the right photos. Very often, they do not! Please correct this fault and reissue it.
  • Living History

    5
    By Dew@iOS
    Unlike the review from a person who lacks knowledge of history and the Queen's role in it; I find this book a nice piece of work. The monarchy has actually created tourist interest for which all of the UK benefits from people who are interested in history and the Queen.

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