For Thomson, 1935 and the publication of his book Scotland: That Distressed Area marked the end of his involvement in Scottish politics that had been pursued covertly. A Kind of Justice: two studies in treason (1970). The North-West Passage (1975).
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A kind of justice: Two studies in treason. George Thomson joined Beaverbrook’s staff in 1931 after writing several books on Scottish history, including The Rediscovery of Scotland and Caledonia: Or, The Future of the Scots. 29503/?tag prabook0b-20. He also wrote a novel, Whiskey, under the pseudonym Aeneas MacDonald in 1930. As aide to Lord Beaverbrook, he accepted a position as journalist for London’s Evening Standard, and also wrote a column for the Sunday Express.
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George Malcolm Thomson (2 October 1848 – 25 August 1933) was a New Zealand scientist, educationalist, social . Born on 2 October 1848 in Calcutta, Thomson grew up in Scotland, being educated at the Edinburgh High School and the University of Edinburgh.
George Malcolm Thomson (2 October 1848 – 25 August 1933) was a New Zealand scientist, educationalist, social worker and politician. Parliament of New Zealand. At the age of 20, he emigrated to New Zealand, and, apart from a short period farming at Mabel Bush, Southland, spent the rest of his life in Dunedin
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