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Political Profiles from British Public Life - Sidebotham, Herbert
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2007, ISBN: 1406745685, Lieferbar binnen 4-6 Wochen Versandkosten:Versandkostenfrei innerhalb der BRD

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Internationaler Buchtitel. In englischer Sprache. Verlag: DODO PR, 292 Seiten, L=216mm, B=140mm, H=17mm, Gew.=372gr, [GR: 25500 - TB/Geschichte], [SW: - History - General History], Kartoniert/Broschiert, Klappentext: POLITICAL PROFILES LORD GREY. POLITICAL PROFILES FROM BRITISH PUBLIC LIFE BY HERBERT JtfDEBOTHAM A Student of Politics JSoston and flew H orft HOUGHTON MIFFLIN COMPANY 1921 AUTHORS NOTE MOST of the essays in this volume have appeared serially in the columns of The Times, whose proprietors the author takes this opportunity of thanking for their permission to republish. Some additions have been made, but only to bridge the gulf between their first appearance and their present publication. The essays on Mr. Lloyd George, on Lady Astor and Captain Elliot, and the introductory and final chapters, are now published for the first time. I have to thank my friend, Mr. James Heddle, of Sir Edward Hultons publications, for loans of photographs and for help in choosing them. CONTENTS PAGE INTRODUCTORY THE PRESS GALLERY FORE AND AFT 11 I. LORD GREY 33 II. THE CECILIANS 45 III. SIR ROBERT HORNE .... 57 IV. LORD READING 69 V. MR. LLOYD GEORGE .... 79 VI. LORD CURZON 103 VII. MR. ASQUITH 115 VIII. MR. BONAR LAW . . . .127 IX. MR. WINSTON CHURCHILL . . . 141 X. MR. CHAMBERLAIN .... 153 XI. SIR GORDON HEWART . . . 165 XII. LADY ASTOR 175 XIII. MR. J. H. THOMAS .... 187 XIV. LORD BIRKENHEAD .... 195 XV. LORD DERBY 205 vii viii CONTENTS PAQBJ XVI. ME. BEACE AND QTHEES . . .215 XVII. LOED CAESON 225 XVIII. CAPTAIN ELLIOT . . . .235 POSTSCEIPT THE FUTUEE OF PAELIAMENTAEY GOVEENMENT 245 THE PRESS GALLERY INTRODUCTORY -. g g THE PRESS GALLERY THE author was for some eighteen months a representative of The Times in the Press Galleries of the Houses of Par liament, and the studies that follow are based mainly on observation from these high latitudes, and only in a few instances from personal acquaintance withtheir subjects. It is a strange life, that of the Press Gallery of the House of Commons, especially to one entering it after many years spent behind the purdah of the leader-writer, and quite as interesting as the life of the floor of the House or of the Terrace. Distinguished strangers in their gallery must often have noticed the row of men in the gallery opposite behind the Speakers Chair, each in his little pew, and every one more oddly intellectual in appearance than the others. These are the Press Gallery journalists. Some are seen to be taking copious notes, and these are the reporters, pre-Raphaelite artists whose business it is to set down exactly what people say in the debate, improving its 11 POLITICAL PROFILES LORD GREY. POLITICAL PROFILES FROM BRITISH PUBLIC LIFE BY HERBERT JtfDEBOTHAM A Student of Politics JSoston and flew H orft HOUGHTON MIFFLIN COMPANY 1921 AUTHORS NOTE MOST of the essays in this volume have appeared serially in the columns of The Times, whose proprietors the author takes this opportunity of thanking for their permission to republish. Some additions have been made, but only to bridge the gulf between their first appearance and their present publication. The essays on Mr. Lloyd George, on Lady Astor and Captain Elliot, and the introductory and final chapters, are now published for the first time. I have to thank my friend, Mr. James Heddle, of Sir Edward Hultons publications, for loans of photographs and for help in choosing them. CONTENTS PAGE INTRODUCTORY THE PRESS GALLERY FORE AND AFT 11 I. LORD GREY 33 II. THE CECILIANS 45 III. SIR ROBERT HORNE .... 57 IV. LORD READING 69 V. MR. LLOYD GEORGE .... 79 VI. LORD CURZON 103 VII. MR. ASQUITH 115 VIII. MR. BONAR LAW . . . .127 IX. MR. WINSTON CHURCHILL . . . 141 X. MR. CHAMBERLAIN .... 153 XI. SIR GORDON HEWART . . . 165 XII. LADY ASTOR 175 XIII. MR. J. H. THOMAS .... 187 XIV. LORD BIRKENHEAD .... 195 XV. LORD DERBY 205 vii viii CONTENTS PAQBJ XVI. ME. BEACE AND QTHEES . . .215 XVII. LOED CAESON 225 XVIII. CAPTAIN ELLIOT . . . .235 POSTSCEIPT THE FUTUEE OF PAELIAMENTAEY GOVEENMENT 245 THE PRESS GALLERY INTRODUCTORY -. g g THE PRESS GALLERY THE author was for some eighteen months a representative of The Times in the Press Galleries of the Houses of Par liament, and the studies that follow are based mainly on observation from these high latitudes, and only in a few instances from personal acquaintance withtheir subjects. It is a strange life, that of the Press Gallery of the House of Commons, especially to one entering it after many years spent behind the purdah of the leader-writer, and quite as interesting as the life of the floor of the House or of the Terrace. Distinguished strangers in their gallery must often have noticed the row of men in the gallery opposite behind the Speakers Chair, each in his little pew, and every one more oddly intellectual in appearance than the others. These are the Press Gallery journalists. Some are seen to be taking copious notes, and these are the reporters, pre-Raphaelite artists whose business it is to set down exactly what people say in the debate, improving its 11

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Internationaler Buchtitel. In englischer Sprache. Verlag: DODO PR, 292 Seiten, L=216mm, B=140mm, H=17mm, Gew.=372gr, [GR: 25500 - TB/Geschichte], [SW: - History - General History], Kartoniert/Broschiert, Klappentext: POLITICAL PROFILES LORD GREY. POLITICAL PROFILES FROM BRITISH PUBLIC LIFE BY HERBERT JtfDEBOTHAM A Student of Politics JSoston and flew H orft HOUGHTON MIFFLIN COMPANY 1921 AUTHORS NOTE MOST of the essays in this volume have appeared serially in the columns of The Times, whose proprietors the author takes this opportunity of thanking for their permission to republish. Some additions have been made, but only to bridge the gulf between their first appearance and their present publication. The essays on Mr. Lloyd George, on Lady Astor and Captain Elliot, and the introductory and final chapters, are now published for the first time. I have to thank my friend, Mr. James Heddle, of Sir Edward Hultons publications, for loans of photographs and for help in choosing them. CONTENTS PAGE INTRODUCTORY THE PRESS GALLERY FORE AND AFT 11 I. LORD GREY 33 II. THE CECILIANS 45 III. SIR ROBERT HORNE .... 57 IV. LORD READING 69 V. MR. LLOYD GEORGE .... 79 VI. LORD CURZON 103 VII. MR. ASQUITH 115 VIII. MR. BONAR LAW . . . .127 IX. MR. WINSTON CHURCHILL . . . 141 X. MR. CHAMBERLAIN .... 153 XI. SIR GORDON HEWART . . . 165 XII. LADY ASTOR 175 XIII. MR. J. H. THOMAS .... 187 XIV. LORD BIRKENHEAD .... 195 XV. LORD DERBY 205 vii viii CONTENTS PAQBJ XVI. ME. BEACE AND QTHEES . . .215 XVII. LOED CAESON 225 XVIII. CAPTAIN ELLIOT . . . .235 POSTSCEIPT THE FUTUEE OF PAELIAMENTAEY GOVEENMENT 245 THE PRESS GALLERY INTRODUCTORY -. g g THE PRESS GALLERY THE author was for some eighteen months a representative of The Times in the Press Galleries of the Houses of Par liament, and the studies that follow are based mainly on observation from these high latitudes, and only in a few instances from personal acquaintance withtheir subjects. It is a strange life, that of the Press Gallery of the House of Commons, especially to one entering it after many years spent behind the purdah of the leader-writer, and quite as interesting as the life of the floor of the House or of the Terrace. Distinguished strangers in their gallery must often have noticed the row of men in the gallery opposite behind the Speakers Chair, each in his little pew, and every one more oddly intellectual in appearance than the others. These are the Press Gallery journalists. Some are seen to be taking copious notes, and these are the reporters, pre-Raphaelite artists whose business it is to set down exactly what people say in the debate, improving its 11

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ID: 9781406745689

Internationaler Buchtitel. In englischer Sprache. Verlag: DODO PR, 292 Seiten, L=216mm, B=140mm, H=17mm, Gew.=372gr, [GR: 25500 - TB/Geschichte], [SW: - History - General History], Kartoniert/Broschiert, Klappentext: POLITICAL PROFILES LORD GREY. POLITICAL PROFILES FROM BRITISH PUBLIC LIFE BY HERBERT JtfDEBOTHAM A Student of Politics JSoston and flew H orft HOUGHTON MIFFLIN COMPANY 1921 AUTHORS NOTE MOST of the essays in this volume have appeared serially in the columns of The Times, whose proprietors the author takes this opportunity of thanking for their permission to republish. Some additions have been made, but only to bridge the gulf between their first appearance and their present publication. The essays on Mr. Lloyd George, on Lady Astor and Captain Elliot, and the introductory and final chapters, are now published for the first time. I have to thank my friend, Mr. James Heddle, of Sir Edward Hultons publications, for loans of photographs and for help in choosing them. CONTENTS PAGE INTRODUCTORY THE PRESS GALLERY FORE AND AFT 11 I. LORD GREY 33 II. THE CECILIANS 45 III. SIR ROBERT HORNE .... 57 IV. LORD READING 69 V. MR. LLOYD GEORGE .... 79 VI. LORD CURZON 103 VII. MR. ASQUITH 115 VIII. MR. BONAR LAW . . . .127 IX. MR. WINSTON CHURCHILL . . . 141 X. MR. CHAMBERLAIN .... 153 XI. SIR GORDON HEWART . . . 165 XII. LADY ASTOR 175 XIII. MR. J. H. THOMAS .... 187 XIV. LORD BIRKENHEAD .... 195 XV. LORD DERBY 205 vii viii CONTENTS PAQBJ XVI. ME. BEACE AND QTHEES . . .215 XVII. LOED CAESON 225 XVIII. CAPTAIN ELLIOT . . . .235 POSTSCEIPT THE FUTUEE OF PAELIAMENTAEY GOVEENMENT 245 THE PRESS GALLERY INTRODUCTORY -. g g THE PRESS GALLERY THE author was for some eighteen months a representative of The Times in the Press Galleries of the Houses of Par liament, and the studies that follow are based mainly on observation from these high latitudes, and only in a few instances from personal acquaintance withtheir subjects. It is a strange life, that of the Press Gallery of the House of Commons, especially to one entering it after many years spent behind the purdah of the leader-writer, and quite as interesting as the life of the floor of the House or of the Terrace. Distinguished strangers in their gallery must often have noticed the row of men in the gallery opposite behind the Speakers Chair, each in his little pew, and every one more oddly intellectual in appearance than the others. These are the Press Gallery journalists. Some are seen to be taking copious notes, and these are the reporters, pre-Raphaelite artists whose business it is to set down exactly what people say in the debate, improving its 11

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POLITICAL PROFILES LORD GREY. POLITICAL PROFILES FROM BRITISH PUBLIC LIFE BY HERBERT JtfDEBOTHAM A Student of Politics JSoston and flew H orft HOUGHTON MIFFLIN COMPANY 1921 AUTHORS NOTE MOST of the essays in this volume have appeared serially in the columns of The Times, whose proprietors the author takes this opportunity of thanking for their permission to republish. Some additions have been made, but only to bridge the gulf between their first appearance and their present publication. The essays on Mr. Lloyd George, on Lady Astor and Captain Elliot, and the introductory and final chapters, are now published for the first time. I have to thank my friend, Mr. James Heddle, of Sir Edward Hultons publications, for loans of photographs and for help in choosing them. CONTENTS PAGE INTRODUCTORY THE PRESS GALLERY FORE AND AFT 11 I. LORD GREY 33 II. THE CECILIANS 45 III. SIR ROBERT HORNE .... 57 IV. LORD READING 69 V. MR. LLOYD GEORGE .... 79 VI. LORD CURZON 103 VII. MR. ASQUITH 115 VIII. MR. BONAR LAW . . . .127 IX. MR. WINSTON CHURCHILL . . . 141 X. MR. CHAMBERLAIN .... 153 XI. SIR GORDON HEWART . . . 165 XII. LADY ASTOR 175 XIII. MR. J. H. THOMAS .... 187 XIV. LORD BIRKENHEAD .... 195 XV. LORD DERBY 205 vii viii CONTENTS PAQBJ XVI. ME. BEACE AND QTHEES . . .215 XVII. LOED CAESON 225 XVIII. CAPTAIN ELLIOT . . . .235 POSTSCEIPT THE FUTUEE OF PAELIAMENTAEY GOVEENMENT 245 THE PRESS GALLERY INTRODUCTORY -. g g THE PRESS GALLERY THE author was for some eighteen months a representative of The Times in the Press Galleries of the Houses of Par liament, and the studies that follow are based mainly on observation from these high latitudes, and only in a few instances from personal acquaintance withtheir subjects. It is a strange life, that of the Press Gallery of the House of Commons, especially to one entering it after many years spent behind the purdah of the leader-writer, and quite as interesting as the life of the floor of the House or of the Terrace. Distinguished strangers in their gallery must often have noticed the row of men in the gallery opposite behind the Speakers Chair, each in his little pew, and every one more oddly intellectual in appearance than the others. These are the Press Gallery journalists. Some are seen to be taking copious notes, and these are the reporters, pre-Raphaelite artists whose business it is to set down exactly what people say in the debate, improving its 11

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781406745689
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1406745685
Taschenbuch
Erscheinungsjahr: 2007
Herausgeber: DODO PR
292 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,372 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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