CodeGB/BCA/4376
Dates1865-1922
Person NameNorthcliffe; Alfred Harmsworth (1865-1922); Viscount
SurnameNorthcliffe
ForenamesAlfred Harmsworth
TitleViscount
Catalogue
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LSE6170The Shaker of Empires: Awake! Arise! Asquith: No, I'd rather wait and see. The S. of E.: I know, but I want my coffin for Lloyd George.David Low (1891-1963)20 Nov 1919LSE6170.jpg 
WDN0563A distinguished Peer about to prove to the whole world that there is no life in the Voluntary System.Dyson; Will (1880-1938)19 June 1915WDN0563.jpg 
WDN0557[Napoleon of the Press - historic parallel
St. Helena 19-?]
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)29 May 1915WDN0557.jpg 
WDN0590[Napoleon of the Press - historic parallel
St. Helena 19-?]
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)[1916]WDN0590.jpg 
WDN0442Stirring scenes in contemporary life
[That slave to duty, Mr. McKenna (having sent Mr. Drew, the printer, to gaol for printing reports of speeches said to incite to violence) is seen above mastering his grief while he sends to a like fate Lord Northcliffe of "The Times" and "Daily Mail" and that other abettor of the violence of Carson, Mr Garvin of the "Pall Mall."]
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)17 July 1914WDN0442.jpg 
WDN0587Wanted, a man!
Great Newspaper Proprietor (to leader-writer):
"Dwell on the necessity for a dictator, and - ah - lightly indicate the type of great-organiser he should be!"
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)[1916]WDN0587.jpg 
WDN0589According to Lord Elfred 'Armsworth
"Put us under orders" the passionate cry of England. - Vide the Times.
Britannia (to her Lord and Master): "Call yourself a man! Why don't yer order us adaht! Why don't yer put this boot on and belt into me with it!"
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)[1916]WDN0589.jpg 
WDN0592A distinguished Peer about to prove to the whole world that there is no life in the Voluntary System.Dyson; Will (1880-1938)[1916]WDN0592.jpg 
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