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Halifax, E.F.L. Wood
Halifax (Earl of)
Halifax, Edward F.
Halifax, Edward Frederick
Halifax, Edward Frederick Lindley of
Halifax, Edward Frederick Lindley Wood
Halifax, Edward Frederick Lindley Wood (1er comte d')
Halifax, Edward Frederick Lindley Wood (1st Earl of)
Halifax, Edward Frederick Lindley Wood (comte d')
Halifax, Edward Frederick Lindley Wood (Earl of)
Halifax, Edward Frederick Lindley Wood of
Halifax, Edward Frederick Lindley Wood (viscount)
Halifax, Edward Frederik Lindley Wood
Halixaf, Edward Frederick Lindley Wood
Irwin, Edward Frederick Lindley Wood
Irwin, Edward Frederick Lindley Wood (Baron)
Lindley Wood, Edward F.
Wood, Edward F.
Wood, Edward Frederick Lindley
Wood, Edward Frederick Lindley (1er comte d'Halifax)
Wood, Edward Frederick Lindley (Earl of Halifax)
Craster, H. H. E. (1879-1959)
Craster, Herbert Henry Edmund (1879-1959)
Craster, Herbert Henry Edmund (1879-1959))
Grigg, Edward William Macleay Sir, nar. 1879
Hachey, Thomas E.
Halifax, Charles Lindley Wood Viscount, 1839-1934
Lloyd of Dolobran, George Ambrose (1879-1941 baron)
Lothian, Philip Henry Kerr Marquiss of, 1882-1940
Raczyński, Edward (1786-1845))
Rosinger, Lawrence K. (1915-)
Rosinger, Lawrence Kaelter (1915-)
Skouen, Arne (1913-)
United States. Navy School of Music
Wrench, John Evelyn Leslie
american speeches of lord Lothian, The : july 1939 to december 1940
American speeches of the Earl of Halifax, 1947., The
British case, The
British foreign policy
challenge to liberty; an address given at Oxford., The
challenge to liberty, The : an address
churchill: a life
churchill war papers volume i: at the admiralty. september 1939 – may 1940, the
churchill war papers volume ii: never surrender. may 1940 – december 1940, the
Community war fund drive
Confidential dispatches; analyses of America by the British Ambassador, 1939-1945.
Conservative politics in national and imperial crisis : letters from Britain to the viceroy of India 1926-31
Continent Experiments, A : a picture of present and conjecture for the future with a few memoires from the past
Discurso proferido por Lord Halifax
Edward Frederick Lindley Wood, Earl of Halifax, correspondence
Exchange of notes between the Government of the United Kingdom and the Government of Poland regulating the utilisation of units of the Polish Mercantile Marine in the prosecution of the war against Germany : London, October 12/ November 25, 1939
finest hour: winston s. churchill 1939–1941
five days in london: may 1940
fringes of power: 10 downing street diaries 1939–1955, the
Fullness of days
Fulness of days
Further stories from Lord Halifax's Ghost book.
gathering storm, the
Geoffrey Dawson and our Times
great opportunity, The
history of the second world war
holy fox, the
Indian problem, The
Indian problems. (Lord Irwin).
Indian problems : speeches
Jinnah-Irwin correspondence, 1927-1930.
John Keble, by the hon. Edward F. L. Wood,...
last Crusade, The
Lord Halifax passa in rassegna la situazione.
Lord Halifax's ghost book, a collection of stories of haunted houses, apparitions, and supernatural occurrences
Lord Halifax speaks to American Newcomen, an address at Washington on October 23, 1941
Patriotism is not enough.
politique exterieure de la Grande-Bretagne, La : discours prononcé par lord Halifax au diner annuel de Chatham House le 29 juin 1939.
[Recueil. Dossiers biographiques Boutillier du Retail. Documentation sur Edward Frederick Lindley Wood, comte d'Halifax (Lord Halifax) (Lord Irwin)]
second world war: europe and the mediterranean, the
Socrates in an Indian village
Some aspects of the Indian problem, being the inaugural Massey lecture delivered before the University of Toronto on 27 April, 1932, by the Right Honourable Lord Irwin ...
Speech by the Right Honourable the Viscount Halifax, British ambassador to the United States, English speaking union, New York, April 15, 1941.
Speech by Viscount Halifax, His Majesty's ambassador at Washington, March 25, 1941.
Speeches on foreign policy 1934-1939
their finest hour
Two notable addresses.
West Indies. (E.F.L. Wood).