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Namier, Lewis Bernstein, Sir

Born: 1888 AD
Died: 1960 AD

1888 – Born on the 27th of June in Wola,Orkzejska.

1906 – He migrated to the United Kingdom.

1914 – He was discharged as a private with the 20th Royal Fusiliersbecause because of poor eyesight.

1915 – He then held positions with the Propaganda Department.

1919 – He served as part of the British delegation.

1920 – He served at  Balliol  College before going into business.

1929 – He worked as political secretary for the Jewish Agency in Palestine.

1931 – He served as professor at the University of Manchester.

1933 – He was engaged in efforts on behalf of Jewish refugees from Germany.

1938 – He had been active in the anti-appeasement movement.

1952 – He was given the honor of delivering the Romanes Lecture.

       – He has been called the most Reactionary British historian of his generation.

1960 – He died on the 19th of August.