In 1868, Benjamin Disraeli
, a Conservative, became the UK's first and only Jewish Prime Ministeralthough some would say Disraeli doesn't count, because he was officially baptized into Christianity as a child.
A Benjamin Disraeli
B William Gladstone C David Lloyd George D Arthur Balfour
A Benjamin Disraeli
B William Gladstone C David Lloyd George D Arthur Balfour All puzzles in this supplement are supplied by Sirius Media Services.
was a phenomenally successful individual in nineteenth-century Britain.
Grumpy old Gladstone, but not his great rival Benjamin Disraeli
This work, revised and updated for its second edition, collates quotes about cities and urban life from a broad range of literary, historical, political, social, and academic figures (often including multiple quotes from certain notable figures, such as Jane Addams, John Kenneth Galbraith, Benjamin Disraeli
, and Robert Moses, to cite a few examples).
I suggest that Benjamin Disraeli
might like to consider running for Parliament again.
PRIME Minister Benjamin Disraeli
forged the Conservatives' "One Nation" philosophy.
The Labour leader borrowed a political philosophy from the Tories, one that stretches back to 19th century prime minister Benjamin Disraeli
and was adopted by later senior Tory figures including Edward Heath.
uk show that despite owning plush homes, mansions and palaces, legendary Britons like Nelson, Arthur Conan Doyle, Benjamin Disraeli
and even King George III handed over very small amounts of land tax.
It's 1868, and Benjamin Disraeli
has just become Prime Minister of England.
By citing the statement of British politician Benjamin Disraeli
, who, 200 years ago said that there are three types of lies, "Lies, Damn Lies and Statistics", Doncev says that Macedonian statistics can show that Macedonia has achieved a growth of 1.
Adam Kirsch's biography, Benjamin Disraeli
, is a recent installment of the notable "Nextbook" collaboration with Schocken Press, a respected and frequently cutting-edge publisher in Jewish Studies.
As the Victorian PM Benjamin Disraeli
said: "There are lies, damned lies.
British Prime Minister Benjamin Disraeli
once said Justice is truth in action.