1876 – Lytton was born in Simla in British India.
– He married Pamela Chichele-Plowden, an early flame of Sir Winston Churchill, who had met her while playing polo at Secunderabad.
1905 – He was President of the Edinburgh Sir Walter Scott Club and gave the Toast to Sir Walter at the clubs annual dinner.
1919 – He was also made a Privy Counsellor.
1920-1922 – He was appointed Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for India.
1927 – He was posted as Governor of Bengal.
1933 – He was made a Knight of the Garter.
1942 – He wrote 2 books, the first being a life of Edward Buller, first Lord Lytton, while the other book dealt with his experiences in India and was called Pundits and Elephants.
1947 – Victor Bulwer-Lytton died.