Lord Carnarvon

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South African Wars (1879–1915) - Government and Politics - Lord Carnarvon
... Lord Carnarvon, also known as Earl of Carnarvon, was the colonial secretary in London ... Carnarvon wished to turn the Cape Colony into a replica of his success with Canada ... Carnarvon felt that if it worked for Canada, it could also apply to southern Africa ...
Arthur Weigall - Biography
... on the tombs of the nobles and may well have helped Howard Carter to the placement with Lord Carnarvon that led to the discovery of the tomb of Tutankhamun ... on the film Her Heritage, and in the 1920s Lord Northcliffe appointed him film critic for the Daily Mail ... the Daily Mail, in direct opposition to Howard Carter and Lord Carnarvon's attempts with The Times to monopolise the story, a monopoly which he regarded as ...
Anglo-Zulu War - Background - British Empire
... In 1874 Lord Carnarvon, Secretary of State for the Colonies, who had successfully brought about federation in Canada in 1867, thought that a similar scheme might work in South Africa ... Carnarvon, in an attempt to extend British influence in 1875 approached the Boer states of the Orange Free State and the Transvaal Republic and tried to ... In 1877, Sir Bartle Frere was made High Commissioner for Southern Africa by Lord Carnarvon ...

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