Previously unpublished Royal letters on display in Portsmouth
A series of previously unpublished letters between George VI and Edward VIII are to go on display for the first time at a new exhibition at the National Museum of the Royal Navy in Portsmouth.
The Royal brothers discuss the Battle of Jutland , often refereed to as 'battle that won the war', in which 7,000 British sailors died after the magazines of their ships exploded.
The letters are on loan from the Imperial War Museum and will go on display as part of an exhibition to mark the centenary of the Battle of Jutland this May.
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