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  1. politician. Sir Harold George Nicolson KCVO CMG (21 November 1886 – 1 May 1968) was a British politician, diplomat, historian, biographer, diarist, novelist, lecturer, journalist, broadcaster, and gardener. His wife was the writer Vita Sackville-West .

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  2. 28 de mar. de 2024 · Sir Harold Nicolson was a British diplomat and author of more than 125 books, including political essays, travel accounts, and mystery novels. His three-volume Diaries and Letters (1966–68) is a valuable document of British social and political life from 1930 to 1964.

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  3. by Howard Coster, 1935. © National Portrait Gallery, London. Nicolson, Sir Harold George ( 1886–1968 ), diplomatist and politician, was born at the British legation, Tehran, on 21 November 1886, the third son of Arthur Nicolson, first Baron Carnock (1849–1928), and his wife, (Mary) Katharine Rowan (d. 1951), the youngest daughter of ...

  4. Sir Harold George Nicolson (1886-1968) was a British diplomat, historian, biographer, critic and journalist, and diarist of note. Harold Nicolson was born in Tehran, Persia (now Iran), on November 21, 1886, where his father was British charge d'affaires.

  5. Abstract. Sir Harold Nicolson’s international thought, more specifically, his thinking on international order, diplomacy, a united Europe, world government, and global peace, was shaped by his upbringing in a diplomatic household, an Oxford classical education, and two decades as a diplomat in Europe and Asia Minor.

  6. Harold Nicolson, usando de toda a franqueza e de toda a sua experiência, nos ajuda a entender os infortúnios, erros e acertos não só dele, mas de todos os jovens diplomatas. Ele vai relatando cada caso com todas as minudências da Conferência de Paz. Resumindo todo capítulo em poucas frases.

  7. Abstract. Sir Harold Nicolson was seen during his lifetime, and has been regarded since his death, as a gifted authority on diplomacy. He was also the twentieth-century heir to a tradition of Western diplomatic theorists who espoused diplomatic values deriving from ancient Greek and Roman political theory and history.