The Unregarded Prophet: Lord Curzon and the Palestine Question

@article{Gilmour1996TheUP,
  title={The Unregarded Prophet: Lord Curzon and the Palestine Question},
  author={D. Gilmour},
  journal={Journal of Palestine Studies},
  year={1996},
  volume={25},
  pages={60-68}
}
  • D. Gilmour
  • Published 1996
  • History
  • Journal of Palestine Studies
George Nathaniel Curzon was the most travelled man who ever sat in a British cabinet. During his eight years as a young MP on the Conservative back benches, he spent part of each year on a long expedition to Asia; later, as viceroy of India, he travelled more extensively than any of his predecessors or successors. Although he was as politically ambitious as David Lloyd George and Winston Churchill, Curzon aimed for the top not by means of parliamentary oratory and Westminster intrigue but by… Expand

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