The Shakespeare authorship hoax foisted on a gullible world four hundred years ago by England's most powerful politicians, William and Robert Cecil, is the most successful and longest-lasting ruse in the Western World.
Destroying available documents pertaining to the life of Edward de Vere, 17th Earl of Oxford, including his intimate interaction with the Royal Court, the two Cecils forced him to adopt a pen name and tried to make him disappear from history despite his vital role in the remarkable Elizabethan Era.
In the past century, impressive scholarly research has clearly shown that de Vere was indeed William Shakespeare, the great playwright and poet.
In Volume Two, delve into:
● Extraordinary research discoveries from England
● Emergence of the first American Oxfordian scholarly giants
● Shakespeare's own secret dramas and those of the Royal Court;
● The inherent logic of Edward de Vere as the Shakespeare;
● And much more!
Find out how one of the greatest playwrights and poets of all time has been masked with the name of an imposter. Continue Building the Case for Edward de Vere as Shakespeare with Volume Two: Nothing Truer than Truth.