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“Victorian England: We know what that was supposed to mean ― all priggish prudery and "we-are-not-amused" harrumphing. Except now we know it wasn't all that . . . [Catharine Arnold’s] new biography focuses ― deliciously ― on the women who shared the scandalously plentiful sex life of Queen Victoria's eldest son, the Prince of Wales, later Edward VII.” ―USA Today
Edward Prince of Wales, better known as “Bertie,” was the eldest son of Queen Victoria. Charming and dissolute, he was a larger-than-life personality with king-size appetites. A lifelong womanizer, Bertie conducted his countless liaisons against the glittering backdrop of London society, Europe, and the stately homes of England in the second half of the 19th century.
Bertie’s lovers were beautiful, spirited, society women who embraced a wide field of occupations. There was Lillie Langtry, the simple Jersey girl who would become an actress and producer; “Daisy” Brooke, Countess of Warwick, the extravagant socialite who embraced socialism and stood for Parliament as a Labour party candidate; bisexual French actress Sarah Bernhardt, celebrated for her decadent appeal and opium habit; and by total contrast the starchy Agnes Keyser, who founded a hospital for army officers. One of Bertie’s most intriguing liaisons was with American heiress Jennie Churchill, unhappy wife of Sir Randolph Churchill and mother of Sir Winston.
While the scandals resulting from his affairs―from suicides to divorces―were a blight on the royal family, Bertie would become a surprisingly modern monarch. His major accomplishment was transforming the British monarchy into the modern institution that we know today and ensuring its survival in a period when every other European dynasty collapsed in the wake of WWI.
"Omega Speedmaster 50: From A Spacewalk to Today" at Christie's New York headquarters on December 15, will feature 50 collectible "Speedys" to mark the 50th anniversary of astronaut Edward White's Speedmaster-equipped Gemini IV spacewalk in 1965
But Jackson, with the assistance of broadcast programming veteran Terry Arnold, former president and CEO of Bell Broadcasting Company (WCHB and WJZZ), has struck an unprecedented alliance with AT&T's DIRECTV and on Nov. 30 extended the Impact
SE249 Photo EDWARD ARNOLD Hidden Eye 1945 https://t.co/gA3xFFdQlv https://t.co/0ClXmbDQPO 12/08/15, @salastaciano
QI668 Photo EDWARD ARNOLD, JANIS PAIGE, JOYCE REYNOLDS Wallflower 1948 https://t.co/zu5vXfnecU https://t.co/OFqM30yAVf 12/08/15, @sancheztadeo6
GC963 CGC Photo EDWARD ARNOLD Lillian Russell 1940 https://t.co/1pkLCn6tcc https://t.co/pgYvgENdzc 12/08/15, @rugarciasolon
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Edward Arnold: 100 Years of Publishing presents a comprehensive examination of the life of Edward Augustus Arnold. It discusses the developments that his publishing company achieved. It addresses the remarkable contributions of the person in the publishing industry. Some of the topics covered in the book are the important events that happen from the year 1890 to 1899. The events that occurred in the year 1900 to 1918 are fully covered. An in-depth account of the events that occurred in the year 1919 to 1930 is provided. The events that occurred in the year 1930 to 1945 are completely presented. A chapter is devoted to the events that occurred in the year 1945 to 1960. Another section focuses on the events that occurred in the year 1961 to 1977. The events that occurred in the year 1978 to 1987 are perfectly narrated. The book can provide useful information to historians, students, and researchers.
Edward John Beard, Newcastle; George Bird, Weston; Edward Lomas Bird, Holmesville; Knight Bedford Bithrey, Barrington; Frederick Bowers, West Wallsend; James Brierley, West Wallsend; John Brogan, Teralba; George James Brown, Newcastle; James Vincent Brown ...
Reese, 948 Snapdragon Court, $237,093. Fredrick A. Brandt to Edward L. Arnold, 185 Grubb Ave., $275,000. Donald R. and Sherri C. Oberholtzer to MTW Partners LLC, property in North Lebanon Township, $430,000. Timothy R. and Marlene M. Martin to Merle D.
Like Arnold, he’s come full circle. His very first job in Maine was in the 1970s at Darling, where he did environmental research on Maine Yankee’s impacts. In the 1980s he grew rope-cultured mussels with Ed Meyers, Maine’s original mussel farmer ...
Arnold on the radio show Three Thirds of the Nation, May 6, 1942 ... Edward Arnold (February 18, 1890 – April 26, 1956) was an American actor.
Edward Arnold, Actor: Mr. Smith Goes to Washington. Edward Arnold was born as Gunther Edward Arnold Schneider in 1890, on the Lower East Side of New York City, the ...
Edward Arnold was born as Gunther Edward Arnold Schneider in 1890, on the Lower East Side of New York City, the son of German immigrants, Elizabeth (Ohse) and Carl ...
Edward Arnold Publishers Ltd was a British publishing house with its head office in London. The firm had published books for over 100 years. It became part of the ...