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Diana: The Last Days

Gregory, Martyn

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ISBN 10: 0753511622 / ISBN 13: 9780753511626
Published by Virgin Books, 2010
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Title: Diana: The Last Days

Publisher: Virgin Books

Publication Date: 2010

Book Condition:Very Good

Edition: Reprint.

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The definitive account of what really happened, updated to include a new chapter on operation Paget, the report into the “allegation of conspiracy to murder” Princess Diana and Dodi Fayed.
In the early hours of August 31, 1997, Diana, Princess of Wales, and Dodi Fayed set out from the Ritz Hotel in Paris for an apartment on the rue Arsène-Houssaye.  They never made it.
Martyn Gregory pieces together the evidence—from the exhaustive Operation Paget to the French investigation—and, with exclusive access to Diana’s bodyguards and some of her closest confidants, paints a compelling, accurate and unbiased picture of Diana’s final hours.
Was Diana pregnant with Dodi’s child, and were they engaged to be married?  Why did the ambulance take so long to get to the hospital?  What were the roles of the “flash before the crash” and the white Fiat Uno?  Were the blood samples taken from the driver switched before testing?
Diana: The Last Days answers all these questions and more in a compelling account of what really happened on that fateful date.

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Martyn Gregory is an award-winning TV producer, reporter and author. Between 1996 and 1998 he achieved the unique distinction of having his investigative documentaries nominated and shortlisted for both the Royal Television Society and Amnesty International annual awards for three consecutive years. In 1996 his groundbreaking film, The Torture Trail won both awards for the "best current affairs documentary" for exposing Britain's exports of torture weapons. After this program he became the first person ever to successfully sue the British Government for libel, when the DTI President Michael Heseltine accused him of fabricating the story. Tony Blair presented him with the Freedom of Information Campaign's Media Award in 1996 for the "brilliant achievement" of The Torture Trail.His films for Channel 4's Dispatches have included Trooping the Colour ---Racism in the British Army; On Her Majesty's Secret Service and Arming the Admirals revealed how MI6 had helped Rolls Royce break the British arms embargo against Argentina.In 1997 he made two undercover films for World in Action with the Nobel Peace Prize winner, Jose Ramos-Horta, exposing how Britain surreptitiously supplies arms for Indonesia and its occupation of East Timor.Martyn Gregory's film about Princess Diana's death, The Accident, was broadcast in June 1998. It was the highest rated Dispatches program in Channel 4's history, and was highly praised. The author has also investigated the tragedy for CBS's 60 Minutes, and extensively for the Sunday Telegraph.

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