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  1. (George) James Henry Lees-Milne (6 August 1908 – 28 December 1997) was an English writer and expert on country houses, who worked for the National Trust from 1936 to 1973. He was an architectural historian, novelist and biographer. His extensive diaries remain in print.

  2. James Lees-Milne (1908-1997) foi um escritor inglês, perito em casas de campo inglesas. Foi um influente historiador de arquitectura, romancista e destacado biógrafo. A sua prolongada influência suporta-se no facto de que foi, também, um dos mais importantes diarista do século XX.

  3. JAMES LEES-MILNE (1908-97), English architectural conservationist and writer, is now best remembered for his diaries. He was an acute social observer and befriended many leading men and women of his time.

  4. 19 de set. de 2009 · James Lees-Milne: The Life by Michael Bloch. James Lees-Milne, diarist and saviour of our national treasures, is well served in this life, says Oliver Marre. Oliver Marre. Sat 19 Sep 2009 19.07...

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  5. Although James Lees-Milne aspired to be a writer from his earliest years, he was almost middle-aged before he got a book into print. His first title, The Age of Adam, was published by Batsford in 1947, when he was thirty-eight. There followed two further works of architectural history, Tudor Renaissance (1951) and The Age of Inigo Jones (1953).

  6. 1 de jan. de 1998 · James Lees-Milne, who saved the country house, died on December 28th, aged 89. THE old houses of England, James Lees-Milne once wrote, meant for him “far more than human lives”. In the 1930s ...

  7. 29 de dez. de 1997 · Lees-Milne was an architectural historian, an able biographer, an aspirant novelist and, in Another Self (1970), his autobiography to 1942, when his diaries begin, the author of an extraordinary...