Essays on princess diana

After the announcement, Mandela visited Diana's family home and placed a wreath on her grave. Mandela and Diana met when the princess visited South Africa in 1997. Related Books
Diana: The People’s Princess
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Princess Diana: Her Life Story 1961-1997
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Diana: Princess of the People
Tanya Lee Stone
Diana: Her True Story
Andrew Morton Page Tags #aids Author Info Princess Diana is a hero because she used her position of power and fame to give hope and comfort to those whom society too frequently forgets -- the victims of poverty, disease and social injustice. A truer princess this world has never known. The billions of people who grieve for her perhaps will follow her lead in working to end the sale of land mines, to find a cure for aids, and to address the issues which plague victims of poverty. Follow her shining example by giving the gift of a generous smile, an open heart, and a helping hand. Click here to listen to the Princess Diana story ABOUT
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