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Vansittart

(vænˈsɪtət)
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(Biography) Robert Gilbert, 1st Baron Vansittart of Denham. 1881–1957, British diplomat and writer; a fierce opponent of Nazi Germany and of Communism
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As the war events were fast evolving into a desperate situation, Jean Monnet with the essential collaboration of Salter, his vice-chairman on the Coordination Committee, presented a draft on an Anglo-French unity, following the Vansittart draft in June 1940.
lithographers and engravers (both in Vansittart Row, commences at 31, Tank Square), and Shukh Manerudden and Co.
Miranda's decision to go to Washington was likely reinforced when he met with Rufus King the day after he landed in New York and gave him a letter written by an influential English politician, Nicholas Vansittart (1766-1851), who explained why Britain had not backed Miranda's project even though it was at war with Spain.
Unit 2 the Windsor Business Centre, Vansittart estate
lxxxvi [SMITHERS, Henry], Thoughts on the effects of peace on landed property, with observations on reports made to both Houses of Parliament in 1814 on the Corn Laws; in a letter to the Right Honourable Nicholas Vansittart, by a land-agent, London 1815, p.
In the last 200 years of economic history there have only been three prolonged periods of debt accumulation worse than George Osborne's tenure as Chancellor of the Exchequer: The First World War (+110% of GDP), the Second World War (+100% of GDP) and the tenure of Tory Chancellor Nicholas Vansittart 1812-1823 (+64% of GDP).
The cast joining Michael Kitchen for the final episode includes series regulars Honeysuckle Weeks, Daniel Weyman, Ellie Haddington, Tim McMullan and Rupert Vansittart.
1969, Vansittart Island in the small swamp behind the south-western end of Guncarriage Bay.
As well, I could not find mention of Sir Robert Vansittart, Permanent Undersecretary of State for Foreign Affairs from 1930-38, and a key advocate of British air rearmament.
His talk was based on the book Lifelines, the Stacy Letters, written by Jane Vansittart.
Once war started and then France fell, Joe became, in the words of Churchill's diplomatic adviser, Sir Robert Vansittart, "a very foul specimen of double-crosser and defeatist.