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Namier, L. B. (Lewis Bernstein), 1888-1960

LC control no.n 50043720
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Personal name headingNamier, L. B. (Lewis Bernstein), 1888-1960
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Variant(s)Namier, Lewis B. (Lewis Bernstein), 1888-1960
Namier, Lewis, 1888-1960
Bernstein, Ludvik, 1888-1960
Birth date1888-06-22
Death date1960-08-19
AffiliationUniversity of Manchester
Profession or occupationHistorians College teachers
Found inHis Germany and eastern Europe, 1915.
LCCN 38013632: His Additions and corrections to Sir John Fortescue's edition of the correspondence of King George the Third (vol. 1), 1937 (usage: L.B. Namier)
LCCN 17022074: His The case of Bohemia, 1917 (usage: Lewis B. Namier)
LCCN 64003513: His The House of Commons, 1754-1790, 1964 (usage: Sir Lewis Namier)
BGMI, Sept. 10, 2008 (Namier, Lewis B(ernstein) (1888-1960); Namier, Lewis Bernstein (1888-1960))
Biog. resource center(Contemp. authors), Sept . 10, 2008 (Lewis Bernstein Namier; name originally Ludvik Bernstein; b. June 22, 1888, near Warsaw, Poland; d. Aug. 19, 1960, London, England; historian, educator, editor, and author; professor of modern history, Manchester University, 1931-retirement in 1953; knighted in 1952)
Biog. resource center (Encyclopaedia Judaica), Sept. 10, 2008 (Namier (Bernstein-Namierowski), Sir Lewis; b. June 22, 1888, Warsaw, Poland; d. Aug. 19, 1960, London, England)
Associated languageeng