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Manchester Guardian


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Manchester Guardian

Manchester Guardian

Manchester Guardian

Manchester Guardian

FRY, Richard Henry (1900 - 2002), Financial Editor of The Guardian (formerly Manchester Guardian), 1939–65

To the Editor of the Manchester GuardianBirmingham, Early February 1851?

WADSWORTH, Alfred Powell (1891 - 1956), Editor Emeritus Manchester Guardian (Editor 1944–56); Director Manchester Guardian and Evening News Ltd

CROZIER, William Percival (1879 - 1944), Editor of the Manchester Guardian since May 1932; Director of the Manchester Guardian and Evening News, Ltd since 1921

BONE, James (1872 - 1962), London Editor of the Manchester Guardian, 1912–45

PHILLIPS, Gordon (1890 - 1952), Journalist; Lucio of the Manchester Guardian, 1910–50

MONKHOUSE, Allan Noble (1858 - 1936), on Editorial Staff of Manchester Guardian, 1902–32

SCOTT, Charles Prestwich (1846 - 1932), JP; Governing Director of the Manchester Guardian; Editor 1872–1929

SCOTT, Edward Taylor (1883 - 1932), Editor of the Manchester Guardian since 1929

HETHERINGTON, (Hector) Alastair (1919 - 1999), journalist; Research Professor in Media Studies, Stirling University, 1982–87, then Emeritus; Editor, Manchester Guardian, later The Guardian, 1956–75

LASKI, Nathan (1863 - 1941), JP; Chairman Manchester Jewish Hospital and Manchester and Salford Jewish Council; Chairman Jewish Board of Guardians, etc.; Member of War Pensions Committee

Britische Presse und nationalsozialistischer Kirchenkampf. Eine Untersuchung der ‘Times’ und des ‘Manchester Guardian’ von 1930 bis 1939

SCOTT, John Russell (1879 - 1949), Chairman and Governing Director of The Manchester Guardian and Evening News Ltd

SCOTT, Laurence Prestwich (1909 - 1983), Chairman of the Manchester Guardian & Evening News Ltd, 1949–73

PHILLIS, Robert (Weston) (1945 - 2009), Chief Executive, Guardian Media Group, 1997–2006; Chairman: Guardian Newspapers Ltd, 1997–2006; Greater Manchester Newspapers Ltd, 1997–2006; Trader Media Group Ltd, 2000–06; All3Media, since 2004

 

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Founded in 1821 as a weekly, and in 1855 as a daily paper; the principal Liberal organ outside London. Its title was changed to the Guardian in 1959; since 1961 it has been published from London.

Subjects: Literature.


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