Beaverbrook Newspapers

['biːvəbruknjuːs,peɪpəz]
"Би́вербрук нью́спейперз"
официальное название Beaverbrook Press

English-Russian Great Britain dictionary (Великобритания. Лингвострановедческий словарь). 2014.

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  • Beaverbrook, Sir Maxwell Aitken, 1st Baron, 1st Baronet — ▪ British politician and journalist born May 25, 1879, Maple, Ontario, Canada died June 9, 1964, near Leatherhead, Surrey, England  financier in Canada, politician and newspaper proprietor in Great Britain, one of three persons (the others were… …   Universalium

  • Beaverbrook (of Beaverbrook and of Cherkley), Maxwell Aitken, lst Baron — orig. William Maxwell Aitken known as Lord Beaverbrook born May 25, 1879, Maple, Ont., Can. died June 9, 1964, near Leatherhead, Surrey, Eng. Canadian British politician and newspaper proprietor. After making a fortune in Montreal as a financier …   Universalium

  • Beaverbrook — Bea|ver|brook, Lord (1879 1964) a powerful and successful British businessman and politician, who was born in Canada. He owned The Daily Express and other newspapers, and also had several important positions in the British government …   Dictionary of contemporary English

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  • Max Aitken, 1st Baron Beaverbrook — William Maxwell Max Aitken, 1st Baron Beaverbrook Bt., PC (May 25, 1879 ndash; June 9, 1964) was a Canadian British business tycoon, politician, and writer. [Aitken, William Maxwell, 1st Baron Beaverbrook… …   Wikipedia

  • History of British newspapers — During the 17th century, there were many kinds of publications, that told both news and rumours. Among these were pamphlets, posters, ballads etc. Even when the news periodicals emerged, many of these co existed with them. A news periodical… …   Wikipedia

  • Lord Beaverbrook — [Lord Beaverbrook] born (William Maxwell Aitken 1874–1964) a British newspaper owner and politician. He was born in Canada, but settled in Britain and became a ↑Member of Parliament in 1910. He was a Cabinet …   Useful english dictionary

  • Daily Express — For other uses, see Daily Express (disambiguation). Daily Express Front page, 19 November 2011 Type Daily newspaper Format Tabloid …   Wikipedia

  • Sir Max Aitken, 2nd Baronet — Sir John William Maxwell Aitken, 2nd Baronet Birth name John William Maxwell Aitken Nickname Max Born February 15, 1910(1910 02 15) Montreal …   Wikipedia

  • Sir Martin Lindsay, 1st Baronet — For the Irish boxer, see Martin Lindsay (boxer). Sir Martin Alexander Lindsay, 1st Baronet, CBE, DSO (22 August 1905 – 5 May 1981) was a British army officer and explorer. He came to fame in the 1930s leading a succession of expeditions to… …   Wikipedia

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