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Author photo. Lord Halifax, British Ambassador to the United States (left), with an unidentified military officer waiting for the arrival of British Prime Minister Clement Attlee at the National Airport in Washington, D.C., November 10, 1945.
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Lord Halifax, British Ambassador to the United States (left), with an unidentified military officer waiting for the arrival of British Prime Minister Clement Attlee at the National Airport in Washington, D.C., November 10, 1945. (trumanlibrary.org)

Edward Frederick Lindley Wood, Earl of Halifax (1881–1959)

Author of Fulness of days

Includes the names: Edward Frederick Lindley Wood, Edward Frederick Lindley Wood Halifax, Earl of Edward Frederick Lindley Wood Halifax

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Note that there are 3 Lord Halifaxes - father (1839–1934) (author of Lord Halifax's Ghost Book) and son (1881-1959) (author of Fullness of Days), and an earlier Lord Halifax (1633–1695). Please do not combine them.

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This is only one of the authors who is also a Lord Halifax.

Note that there are 3 Lord Halifaxes - father (1839–1934) (author of Lord Halifax's Ghost Book) and son (1881-1959) (author of Fullness of Days), and an earlier Lord Halifax (1633–1695). Please do not combine them.

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