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Wallace, Sir Donald MacKenzie, 1841-1919 (Knight, journalist)



  • Existence: 1841 - 1919


Sir Donald MacKenzie Wallace (1841-1919), newspaper correspondent, editor and author, student at various universities at home and abroad. Wallace visited Russia in 1870-1875. He was foreign correspondent of The Times at Constantinople, 1878-1884; private secretary to Lord Dufferin, viceroy of India, 1884-1888; and director of The Times, foreign department, 1891-1899. His principal work was Russia (1877).

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Sir Donald MacKenzie Wallace: Papers

Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS Add.7341
Scope and Contents Boxes 1-8. The completed text, with notes, of Wallace's history of European Foreign Policy. Chapter I. The Labyrinth and how it is to be explored; II. Birth and innate perculiarities of modern nations; III. Motives, aims and methods of action; IV. Spain's Predominance and Decline (1914); V. The Dutch Interlude (1916); VI. French preponderance under the Bourbons (1913); VII. Balance of Power and England's maritime preponderance. (i) National enrichment. (ii) England's colonial expansion;...
Dates: 1890-1910 (Circa)
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