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|LC Classifications||DA566.9.B53 R6 1927|
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Frederick Edwin Smith, Lord Birkenhead book earl of Birkenhead, byname (until ) F.e. Smith, (born JBirkenhead, Cheshire, Eng.—died Sept.
30,London), British statesman, lawyer, and noted orator; as lord chancellor (–22), he sponsored major legal reforms and helped negotiate the Anglo-Irish Treaty of A graduate () of Wadham College, Oxford. The late Lord Birkenhead may have been neither the incisive critic nor the imaginative psychologist that Angus Wilson is.
But from boy-wonder of India journalism to toast of London to sullen Vermonter to restless traveler and remote celebrity, Kipling is given a fair shake, with careful counterpointing of divergent views.
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As his greatest friend, the Tory MP and barrister F. Smith, later Lord Birkenhead, was to write of him, 'He was shielded in his own mind from self-distrust.' This was to prove invaluable to Churchill at the periods - of which there were many - when no one else seemed to trust him.
the book, Churchill: Walking with Destiny, is the most Brand: Penguin Publishing Group. Donald James Nicholls, Baron Nicholls of Birkenhead, PC (born 25 January ), is a British lawyer. He was a Law Lord (Lord of Appeal in Ordinary). From tohe was a Non-Permanent Judge of the Hong Kong Court of Final Appeal.
He retired from the membership of the House of Lords on 3 April References. It was written in by Lord Birkenhead of England, one of those “in the know.” You’ll see his photograph on the first page of his talk in the magazine, with his big wig on and all his curls of this artificial rug that he wears and the arrogant upper class official appearance that he puts on there.
Lord Nicholls of Birkenhead is no longer a Member of the Lords, but sat in the House under this title between 3 October and 3 April His full title is The Rt Hon. the Lord Nicholls of Birkenhead, and his given name is Donald James Nicholls. Publications. Writing under his pen name of Robin Furneaux (Viscount Furneaux was his courtesy title prior to his father's death), Lord Birkenhead won the Heinemann Award in for William Wilberforce (ISBN ), his biography of the antislavery also was known for his book The Amazon: The Story of a Great River, based on an expedition he Preceded by: The 2nd Earl of Birkenhead.
friend, F.E. Smith, Lord Birkenhead, was not from the aristocratic circles in which WSC is often imagined to have dwelt. He arose from a middle-class family to achieve distinction through his own hard toil. “It must surely be an inspiration to youth to learn in the career of the first Earl of Birkenhead,” wrote Churchill, “that there is.
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We hope that some day Lord Birkenhead will find an opportunity to republish some of his legal judgments in appeal cases. Frederick Edwin Smith, 1st Earl of Birkenhead, GCSI, PC, KC (12 July – 30 September ), best known to history as F. Smith, was a British Conservative statesman and lawyer who attained high office in the early 20th century, most notably Lord Chancellor.
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