Evelyn Baring, first Earl of Cromer

Standard Name: Cromer, Evelyn Baring,,, first Earl of
Used Form: Lord Cromer


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Friends, Associates Freya Stark
Through her association with Jeyes, FS met such literary figures as H. G. Wells and W. B. Yeats . She also campaigned for the Anti-Suffrage League and met key figures in the group, including its...
Friends, Associates Amabel Williams-Ellis
During Amabel's childhood, visitors to the St Loe Strachey household included the powerful and famous, mostly diplomats, millionaires, politicians.
Williams-Ellis, Amabel. All Stracheys Are Cousins. Weidenfeld and Nicolson.
She met diplomat Lord Cromer , newspaper proprietor Lord Northcliffe (then Alfred Harmsworth), industrialist Arthur Balfour
politics Elinor Glyn
Without supporting any political party, EG held conservative political views throughout her life. She opposed the suffrage movement during its struggle, but years later, writing her autobiography with an eye to posterity, she revised her...
Travel Flora Shaw
The winter of 1888-1889 was spent in Egypt, where she held interviews with Evelyn Baring, first Earl of Cromer (the head of the British occupation), and observed life in Cairo harems under Zebehr Pasha 's patronage.
Callaway, Helen, and Dorothy O. Helly. “Crusader for Empire: Flora Shaw / Lady Lugard”. Western Women and Imperialism: Complicity and Resistance, edited by Nupur Chaudhuri and Margaret Strobel, Indiana University Press, pp. 79-97.


21 July 1908: The Women's National Anti-Suffrage League...

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21 July 1908

December 1908: The Anti-Suffrage Review began monthly publication...

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December 1908

The Anti-Suffrage Review began monthly publication in London.


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