Rothermere


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Rothermere

(ˈrɒðəˌmɪə)
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(Biography) Viscount. title of Harold Sidney Harmsworth. 1868–1940, British newspaper magnate
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Theo Arson, the author of "Princess Margaret," detailed how the late princess shocked the other royals at a ball hosted by Lady Rothermere.
The views expressed by Max as a young man are not the views he holds now, just as the Rothermere family [owners of the Daily Mail] no longer uses its newspapers to support fascism.
The room was originally designed to be an apartment for Harold Harmsworth, the first Viscount Rothermere, who founded the Daily Mail Newspaper with his brother.
Among those whose heroism is recounted are Jamaican brothers Roy and Norman Manley, tank gunner Joe Miles, and Vere Harmsworth, son of Lord Rothermere.
A 'Teasy-Weasy' Raymond B Vidal Sassoon C Sweeney Todd D Lord Rothermere QUESTION 4 - for 4 points: Which of these words is the correct title for the wife of a marquess?
This is the untold story of how some of Germany's top aristocrats contributed to Hitler's secret diplomacy during the Third Reich, providing a direct line to their influential contacts and relations across Europe--especially in Britain--, where their contacts included the press baron and Daily Mail owner Lord Rothermere and the future King Edward VIII.
The former jockey and Channel 4 pundit was questioned on Thursday after Katya Pilkington - whose one sister is Claudia, Viscountess Rothermere, and another is married to Sir Mark Thatcher - called the police.
THERE are a few pictures in the press and social media sites showing UK politicians flirting with Hitler in the 30's, one stand out is that of Lord Rothermere posing with Hitler and the underlying statement is "Judge a man by the company he keeps" Are we soon to have similar pictures published of Jeremy Corbyn with his friends (his own words) the terror groups Hamas and Hezbollah?
We need to remember the past In 1992 John Major won a similar victory albeit with the help of Lord Rothermere and Rupert Murdoch but within five months due to the ERM currency fiasco him and his government were totally discredited.
In the 1930s and 1940s we also had an internal threat: from the BUF - British Union of Fascists, which organisation included Sir Oswold Mosley with very wealthy backers such as Ford Rothermere and the "Daily Mail" - which supported the Fascists and Franco in the Civil War in Spain 1936 - 1939.