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The London Daily Telegraph

NEWSPAPER

Founded 1855. Owned since 1927 by the Berry family, who sold it to Conrad Black's Hollinger International in 1985. The paper was lost to the Barclay brothers in 2004.

Official Website:
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/

Location:
London, England

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Barbara Amiel
Journalist
4-Dec-1940   Director of The Spectator
Conrad Black
Business
25-Aug-1944   Rapacious newspaper mogul
Winston S. Churchill
Politician
10-Oct-1940 2-Mar-2010 British MP, Manchester, 1970-97
Sebastian Coe
Track and Field
29-Sep-1956   Won 4 Olympic running medals
Stephen Fry
Actor
24-Aug-1957   Jeeves and Wooster
Basil Liddell Hart
Military
31-Oct-1895 29-Jan-1970 Military strategist
Max Hastings
Journalist
28-Dec-1945   Editor of the Daily Telegraph, 1986-95
Boris Johnson
Journalist
19-Jun-1964   Mayor of London
Stephen Jones
Biologist
24-Mar-1944   Geneticist and pop science writer
John Keegan
Historian
15-May-1934 2-Aug-2012 The Face of Battle
Philip Larkin
Poet
9-Aug-1922 2-Dec-1985 The Whitsun Weddings
James May
TV Personality
16-Jan-1963   Top Gear
Kim Philby
Spy
1-Jan-1912 11-May-1988 One of the Cambridge Five in MI6
Anthony Powell
Novelist
21-Dec-1905 28-Mar-2000 A Dance to the Music of Time
Ahmed Rashid
Author
8-Jun-1948   The Resurgence of Central Asia
Mark Steyn
Author
8-Dec-1959   America Alone
Ben Verwaayen
Business
11-Feb-1952   CEO of Alcatel-Lucent
Auberon Waugh
Columnist
17-Nov-1939 16-Jan-2001 Columnist for Private Eye


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