Alfred Sherman

Alfred Sherman

Sir Alfred Sherman, KBE, (10 November 1919 – 26 August 2006) was a writer, journalist, and political analyst. Described by a long-time associate as "a brilliant polymath, a consummate homo politicus, and one of the last true witnesses to the 20th century", he began life as a Communist soldier in the Spanish Civil War but later changed views completely and became a hawkish adviser to Margaret Thatcher.

Sherman was a co-founder of the Centre for Policy Studies, a consultant to the Western Goals Institute, and the founder of The Lord Byron Foundation for Balkan Studies.

Read more about Alfred ShermanPersonal Life, Young Communist, Professional and Political Changes, Relationship With Thatcher, Views On The Balkans

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Alfred Sherman - Views On The Balkans
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