The British Council: The first fifty years ebook
by Frances Lonsdale Donaldson
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Frances Annesley (née Lonsdale) (1907–1994), formally known as Lady Donaldson of Kingsbridge, was a British writer and biographer. Her father was the playwright Freddie Lonsdale. She married John George Stuart Donaldson, Baron Donaldson of Kingsbridge (known as Jack) in 1935. Her body of work included topics such as farming and biographies on writers Evelyn Waugh and P. G. Wodehouse.
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PDF An organisational history that is also a history of the attitudes that have helped reduce Britain to a second-rate power. At the same time, a study of why some British influence still survives overseas, with some lessons for today. Got it. We value your privacy.
The British Council: The First Fifty Years. Signed by the Author. Author: Donaldson, Frances. Release Date: 1984-12-05. Condition: Used: Excellent. See details and exclusions.
Recommend this journal. Journal of British Studies.
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the first fifty years. by Frances Lonsdale Donaldson. Published 1984 by J. Cape in London. British Council, British Propaganda, Foreign relations, History, Literary and scientific Exchanges. Bibliography: p. -407.
Frances Annesley Lonsdale, writer: born 13 January 1907; married secondly 1935 John Donaldson (created 1967 Lord . In 1984 and 1988 she produced The British Council: the first fifty years and The Royal Opera House in the Twentieth Century
Frances Annesley Lonsdale, writer: born 13 January 1907; married secondly 1935 John Donaldson (created 1967 Lord Donaldson of Kingsbridge; one son, two daughters); died London 27 March 1994. In 1984 and 1988 she produced The British Council: the first fifty years and The Royal Opera House in the Twentieth Century. Her interest in the dramas of politics had already been shown by her Marconi Scandal (1962), by the notoriously difficult task of a dual biography in King George VI and Queen Elizabeth (1977), and by The Road to Abdication (1978).