Benjamin Disraeli


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Noun1.Benjamin Disraeli - British statesman who as Prime Minister bought controlling interest in the Suez Canal and made Queen Victoria the empress of India (1804-1881)Benjamin Disraeli - British statesman who as Prime Minister bought controlling interest in the Suez Canal and made Queen Victoria the empress of India (1804-1881)
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In the lives of two of these, Bulwer-Lytton and Benjamin Disraeli, there are interesting parallels.
Benjamin Disraeli, [Footnote: The second syllable is pronounced like the word 'rail' and has the accent, so that the whole name is Disraily.] later Earl of Beaconsfield (1804-1881), a much less prolific writer, was by birth a Jew.
The homes are two to five bedroom and have been named after local heroes, historical figures and pioneers such as Benjamin Disraeli and Eglantyne Jebb.
Benjamin Disraeli (F) Benjamin Britten (J) Benjamin Hall (W)
PRIMROSE DAY - The Primrose Society places primroses at the statue of Benjamin Disraeli in Parliament Square on the anniversary of his death in 1881.
IN the acknowledgements of Lady Franklin of Russell Square, Erika Behrisch Elce thanks those without whom her first novel "would never even have been imagined." Foremost among these are "Professor Mel Wiebe and Dr Mary Millar of the Benjamin Disraeli Project (Queen's University), who first introduced me to Lady Franklin's writing and to the pleasure of reading lives lived in letters." For much of its four decades (1975-2015), the Disraeli Project, whose members researched and annotated the correspondence of Benjamin Disraeli, was headed by Dr Wiebe, with Dr Millar as his invaluable associate and co-editor.
1804: Benjamin Disraeli, twice prime minister, was born in London.
It was Benjamin Disraeli who coined this phrase in 1837 when he referred to 'one nation conservatism.'.
A manor house with two tales, being the country house of Queen Victoria's favourite Prime Minister Benjamin Disraeli. On the other hand it was the base for a secret map-making operation during WW2.
The quote by Benjamin Disraeli (former British PM 1804-1881 ) got a new twist through a dance by Bungoma Boys' High School that addressed the disputed teacher transfers by the TSC.
The Conservatives themselves produced in Benjamin Disraeli a leader whose imaginative approach to the class politics of his time struck a remarkably effective balance.
Benjamin Disraeli was a politician, and a masterful one at that.

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