Michael Gold


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Writing from the Margins of the Margins: Michael Gold’s Jews Without Money and Claude McKay’s Home to Harlem

GOLDING, Michael Redvers (born 1960), professional yachtsman, since 1992; Managing Director, Mike Golding Yacht Racing Ltd, since 2001

The gold-headed cane by William MacMichael (1783–1839)

FREER, Michael Whitney (born 1960), MP (C) Finchley and Golders Green, since 2010

ITURBI, José (1895 - 1980), Grand Cross of Alphonso X the Wise, 1947; Grand Cross of Isabel the Catholic, 1975; Gold Medal of Labor, Spain, 1968; Commandeur, Légion d-Honneur, 1976; Companion, Order of St Michael (Greece); Order of St George (Greece); Concert Pianist, Conductor, Composer

Soldiers, Airmen, Spies and Whisperers: The Gold Coast in World War Two, by Nancy Ellen Lawler. Athens, OH: Ohio University Press, 2002. xxiii + 286 pp. $49.50 hardback. ISBN 0-8214-1430-5 (hardback).
 War Bush: 81 (West African) Division in Burma 1943–1945, by John A. L. Hamilton. Norwich: Michael Russell (Publishing) Ltd, 2001. 400 pp. £25.00 hardback. ISBN 0-85955-267-5 (hardback).

SAUTER, George (1866 - 1937), painter; Commander of the Order of Francis Joseph, Austria; Knight of the Order of St Michael, 4th Class, Bavaria; Knight of the Order of the Zähringer Lœwe, Baden; Freedom of the Friedrich Schiller University, Jena; Senator of the Deutsche Akademie; Member of Council of the International Society of Sculptors, Painters and Gravers, London; Corresponding Member of the Secession of Vienna and the Société Royale des Beaux Arts, Brussels, etc.; holder of various gold medals from international exhibitions; Silver Medal and Thousand Dollar Prize of the Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh


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(1894–1967) American journalist and novelist

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