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George Ward Price was born in 1886. In 1937 George Ward Price published his book, I Know These Dictators. After attending the University of Cambridge he became a journalist and was eventually recruited by The Daily Mail. As the newspaper’s foreign correspondent he developed a close relationship with Adolf Hitler. It was full of praise of Hitler: Behind the forceful character which he displays in public he had a human, pleasant personalit. e had the artistic, visionary tendencies of the South German typ. nd there was a strong strain of sadness and tenderness in his disposition.
About this Item: George . arrap & Co. Lt. London, 1937. Blue/black soft cloth covers - frayed.
I Know These Dictators quantity. About the author: George Ward Price (1886–1961) was one of Britain’s foremost foreign correspondents of the 1930s. SKU: IKTD Category: Modern History Tags: Daily Mail.
This book is not meant to be a twin biography of Hitler and Stalin. This book does an extraordinary job at comparing the similarities in the means used by Nazi and Stalinist regimes.
George Ward Price, Lord Rothermere and Princess Stephanie von Hohenlohe were invited to spend time with Hitler .
George Ward Price, Lord Rothermere and Princess Stephanie von Hohenlohe were invited to spend time with Hitler at his holiday retreat, The Eagle's Nest, in the mountains above Berchtesgaden. Also invited was Joseph Goebbels.
NOBODY will contest the claim put forward by Mr. Ward Price in his title. As a journalist, he has from the start specialised in the present dictators of Italy and Germany, and has probably interviewed them more often than any other foreign correspondent. He has driven with Herr Hitler in triumphal progress through the streets of Breslau, and was with the select company in the Palazzo Venezia on May 5th, 1936, when Signor Mussolini delivered from the balcony to tumultuous crowds below his famous speech in celebration of his Abyssinian victory. Are you sure you want to remove George Ward Price from your list?
I know these dictators. Au Maroc avec la légion. The story of the Salonica army. Are you sure you want to remove George Ward Price from your list?
George Ward Price (c. 1886 – 22 August 1961) was a journalist who worked as a foreign correspondent for the Daily Mail newspaper. Price was born to the Reverend H. Ward Price around 1886 and attended St. Catherine's College, Cambridge
George Ward Price (c. Catherine's College, Cambridge. After having some articles published by The Captain magazine, Price wrote to the Daily Mail asking to have a proposed walk across Europe financed. The proposed articles were turned down but Price was taken on as a reporter, 'paid by results'.