In 1936 the world press vigorously commented event improbable in English history. King Edward VIII of, being faced with a choice - to give up the woman he loved, or from the Crown, signed the abdication. The last time speaking on the radio to his people, he said: "Now I am leaving public life, and lay down the burden." But there were very few - those who prefer power happiness. And was right, obviously, Hegel, when speaking about great people, elect the fate and history, he claimed that they are never happy. They lead a hard life, he wrote, "they die early, like Alexander, kill them as Caesar, exiled to the island of Saint Helena like Napoleon."