Why Britain is at War is a polemic treatise written by Harold Nicolson and first published by Penguin Books on 7 November shortly after the Second World War began. In the book, Nicolson explores Adolf Hitler's insatiable grasp for power, the foreign policy brinkmanship and deception ploys adopted by Nazi Germany, and Hitler's use of actual and implied force to get his way at the Author: Harold Nicolson. About Virginia Woolf. Virginia Woolf’s life as part of the avant-garde Bloomsbury Group has captured the imagination of millions. Now Nigel Nicolson, the distinguished son of British writers Harold Nicolson and Vita Sackville-West (Vita was one of Woolf’s closest and most intimate friends) threads his personal reminiscences through the narrative of her life. The Age of Reason ()
Publisher: Jonathan Cape in London
Written in English
- Great Britain
- Nicolson, Harold George, Sir, 1886-1968,
- Authors, English -- 20th century -- Biography,
- Diplomats -- Great Britain -- Biography
Includes bibliographical references (p. 355-362) and index.
|LC Classifications||PR6027.I4 Z85 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 383 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||383|
|LC Control Number||2005415291|
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In the first he provides an account of the conference, in the second his diary covering his six month stint. Sir Harold George Nicolson KCVO CMG was an English diplomat, author, diarist and politician.
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Nicolson was instrumental in preparing Britain's policy towards Greece. His philhellenism was matched by notable Turkophobia. Harold Nicolson book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.4/5(6). Harold Nicolson was a man of extraordinary talents: diplomat, politician, historian, biographer, novelist, diarist, critic, essayist, journalist, gardener.
These diaries, edited by his son Nigel Harold Nicolson book, are a fascinating record of his life and times/5(25). Sir Harold Nicolson's book, originally published near the beginning of WWII, filled a large gap for several decades.
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Sir Harold Nicolson, British diplomat and author of more than books, including political essays, travel accounts, and mystery novels.
His three-volume Diaries and Letters (–68) is a valuable document of British social and political life from to With Lord Weidenfeld, he founded Weidenfeld & Nicolson, one of the most important and enterprising publishing houses to be started after the war; he served as a.
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For a man who had, when very young, dreamed of “ a little cuddly wife who wouldn’t talk ”, Vita was an extraordinary choice for a partner but not one Nicolson ever seemed to regret.
Harold James "Jim" Nicholson (born Novem ) is a former Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) officer and a twice-convicted spy for Russia's Foreign Intelligence Service (SVR).
His recruitment to the SVR appears to have occurred in the wake of a much publicized arrest of senior CIA officer and Moscow mole Aldrich Ames in February which, in the words of CIA veteran and author Tennent Occupation: Former Central Intelligence Agency officer.
Adam Nicolson, 5th Baron Carnock, FRSL, FSA (born 12 September ) is an English author who has written about history, landscape, great literature and the sea. He is noted for his books Sea Room (about the Shiant Isles, a group of uninhabited islands in the Hebrides); God's Secretaries: The Making of the King James Bible; The Mighty Dead (US title:Why Homer Matters) exploring the epic Greek Spouse: Olivia Fane (divorced), Sarah Raven (m.
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He wrote more than books, including political essays, travel accounts, and mystery novels. Sir Harold Nicolson, –, English biographer, historian, and diplomat, b. Tehran, Iran. Educated at Oxford, he entered the foreign office inand, until his resignation 20 years later, he represented the British government in various parts of the world.
Books Go Search Best Sellers Gift Ideas New Releases Whole Foods Today's Deals AmazonBasics Coupons Gift Cards Customer Service Free Shipping Shopper Toolkit. Nigel Nicolson (ed.), Vita and Harold. The Letters of Vita Sackville-West and Harold Nicolson – (Weidenfeld & Nicolson, ), ISBN David Cannadine: Portrait of More Than a Marriage: Harold Nicolson and Vita Sackville-West Revisited.
From Aspects of Aristocracy, pp. – (Yale University Press, ), ISBN Biography. Nicolson was the second son of writers Sir Harold Nicolson and Vita Sackville-West; he had an elder brother Ben, an art boys grew up in Kent, first at Long Barn, near their mother's ancestral home at Knole, and then at Sissinghurst Castle, where their parents created a famous on was sent to board at Summer Fields, a prep school in Oxford; he then attended Children: 3, including Adam Nicolson.
Harold Nicolson's younger son was the publisher and writer Nigel Nicolson, who published works by and about his parents, including Portrait of a Marriage, their correspondence and Nicolson's diary, which is widely considered one of the preeminent diaries by British authors in the 20th century and an invaluable source on British political history from through the s, and most especially in the run-up to.
Charles Raymond Bell Mortimer CBE (25 April – 9 January ), who wrote under the name Raymond Mortimer, was a British writer on art and literature, known mostly as a critic and literary editor. He was born in Knightsbridge, London, and brought up in Redhill, was educated at Malvern College and Balliol College, Oxford, which he entered in to read history.
Harold Nicolson () was a man of manifold talents: a diplomat, politician, journalist, broadcaster, historian, biographer, diarist, novelist, lecturer, literary critic, essayist and s most celebrated for his Diaries (reissued by Faber Finds in their original three volumes), they run the risk of obscuring the excellence of his other Edition: Main.
How about Harold Nicolson. Certainly towards the end of his life, Harold Nicolson was a crabby old thing. But he wrote his diaries at a particularly interesting time, just before and during the [Second World] War. He starts off as a journalist, but you soon realise how small society was then.
It would be unwise to give precise dates for the Age of Reason, although conventionally it is identified with the eighteenth century. The origins must certainly be traced back to the publication of Isaac Newton Principia in and to John Locke Essay Concerning Human Understanding of That is how Harold Nicolson begins this book.
It is an apt opening. The Paris Conference ofattended by thirty-two nations, had the supremely challenging task of attempting to bring about a lasting peace after the global catastrophe of the Great War. Harold Nicolson was a member of the British delegation. His book is in two : Faber and Faber.
The story of Harold Nicolson and Vita Sackville-West as told by their son, Nigel, Portrait of a Marriage illuminates the intimate mechanics of one of the most unusual of relationships, a marriage in which each partner has his or her dalliances on the side, but Cited by:.
Harold Nicolson. The Churchill Project - Hillsdale College > Articles In scope and balance, the book reminds us of Arthur Herman’s Gandhi and Churchill—another elegant account of two contentious figures. Like Herman, McKinstry captures Churchill’s generosity of spirit, and his rival’s greatness of soul.Harold Nicolson ().
“The Desire to Please: A Story of Hamilton Rowan and the United Irishmen”.Harold Nicolson's diary following his trip to the Far East which he started on January 15th returning on March 17th. With eight illustrations.
Previous owners name (Leopold Glazer) in small writing at base of title page and at the end of the dedication by Harold Nicolson.