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by Adrian FORT

eBook Prof: The life and times of Frederick Lindemann download ISBN: 0224063170
Author: Adrian FORT
Publisher: Jonathan Cape Ltd; First Edition edition (2003)
Language: English
Pages: 320
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Ben Pimlott enjoys Adrian Fort's biography of Churchill's xenophobic, reactionary one-man think-tank, Prof: The Life of Frederick Lindemann. The Prof was almost without saving graces. The mystery is not why people did not like him, but why his master did. Arrogant, boastful, childishly competitive, reactionary, racist - Lindemann raised the hackles of practically everybody. He thinks he is a mixture of John the Baptist, Maynard Keynes and Lord Leverhulme," observed Jock Colville; "he is really an ingenious but slightly inflated frog with an unpleasant croak. Much of the prejudice against Lindemann was itself snobbish and xenophobic.

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Adrian Fort was educated at Oxford where he was a Clarendon Fellow. and has broadcast frequently on the radio and published Prof: The Life and Times of Frederick Lindemann in 2003. He practised as a barrister and became involved with politics before pursuing a financial career. He has published many articles on financial and economic matters and has broadcast frequently on the radio and published Prof: The Life and Times of Frederick Lindemann in 2003.

Lindemann was the second of three sons of Adolph Friedrich Lindemann, who had emigrated to. .New York: Basic Books (Perseus Books Group). Prof: The Life and Times of Frederick Lindemann.

Lindemann was the second of three sons of Adolph Friedrich Lindemann, who had emigrated to the United Kingdom circa 1871 and became naturalised. Frederick was born in Baden-Baden in Germany where his American mother Olga Noble, the widow of a wealthy banker, was taking "the cure". After schooling in Scotland and Darmstadt, he attended the University of Berlin. ISBN 978-0-465-00201-6.

ADRIAN FORT was educated at Oxford, where he was a Clarendon Fellow. He practiced as a lawyer and became involved with politics before pursuing a financial career. He has published many articles on financial and economic matters and has broadcast frequently on the radio. His books include Prof: The Life and Times of Frederick Lindemann and Archibald Wavell: The Life and Times of an Imperial Servant.

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