3 edition of Somewhere south of Suez. found in the catalog.
Somewhere south of Suez.
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|Number of Pages||428|
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East of Suez book. Read 4 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. William Somerset Maugham, CH () was an English playwright, nov /5(4). (Human and Roussouw); Douglas Reed, Somewhere South of Suez (Jonathan Cape and Devin-Adair); and books by Deneys Reitz, and by the Boer War hero General Christian de Wet. See Chapter 1, "This Worldwide Conspiracy," in The Battle for South Africa, Ivor Benson (Dolphin Press).
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SOMEWHERE SOUTH OF SUEZ by Douglas Reed published: CONTENTS Part One – New Lands For Old 01 London Leavetaking rooms, books to shelves, clothes to pegs, I would have done this.
But there was no turning back now. A man is usually two men. One of his selves belongs to his family and the other to his calling.
Somewhere South of Suez Hardcover – Import, January 1, by Douglas REED (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating. See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover, Import "Please retry" $ — $ Hardcover $/5(1). Somewhere South of Suez by Douglas Reed and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Somewhere South of Suez is ostensibly a book about South Africa.
In treating his nominal subject Reed exhibits his characteristic biases and confusions. Admitting the hardships of miners’ lives in Johannesburg, Reed maintains that the natives find themselves “aggrieved” only when foreign agitators tell them they are badly off.
Somewhere South of Suez. Author: REED, Douglas () Title: Somewhere South of Suez Publication: London: Jonathan Cape, Description: [African Travel] FIRST EDITION. Octavo (21 x 14cm), pp; . Publisher's blue cloth, gilt titles to spine, top edge blue, dust-jacket priced at 12s. Bookplate of G, Lillywhite to Rating: % positive.
Somewhere South of Suez: A further survey of the grand design of the twentieth century (do., ) Far and Wide (do., ) Prisoner of Ottawa () The Controversy of Zion (Completed in but first published in ) The Battle for Rhodesia (HAUM, ) The Siege of Southern Africa (Macmillan, Johannesburg, ), ISBN London: Jonathan Cape, African Travel FIRST EDITION.
Octavo 21 x 14cm, pp; 4. Publisher's blue cloth, gilt titles to spine, top edge blue, dust-jacket priced at 12s. Bookplate of G, Lillywhite to flyleaf. Spotting to preliminaries, edges toned and marked. Jacket darkened to spine with some small chips.
Very good. A portrait of the world 'as seen from Africa', by the author of. Somewhere South of Suez, by Douglas Reed. Jonathan Cape, Hdbk. Blue cloth boards, somewhat blotched and battered.
Owner's name in ink on front inner endpaper. The usual anti-Semitic diatribes erupt from time to time ("a great supernational design for reshaping the earth so that Europe is left a slave-area and a World Government set up" "[the] greater Zionist State would be.
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Douglas Launcelot Reed was born in London on Ma Somewhere East of Suez. 06 June Michael Doe on Christ where there and the book from which these facts come can help remedy the unfortunate ignorance that most of us have about that part of the world where Christianity was born (in the west), where at first it grew (in the south), but where, in the east, with valiant exceptions, it.
In Somewhere South of Suez (London: ), for example, he wrote: His final book, The Controversy of Zion (Veritas [Australia] and Noontide [USA], ), provides a detailed and literate dissection of the origins and international impact of the Zionist movement, including its corrupting influence in Britain and the United States.
Once again. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Reed, Douglas, Somewhere south of Suez. London, Cape  (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors. South of Suez is a American drama film directed by Lewis Seiler and starring George Brent, Brenda Marshall and George Tobias.
An alleged murder in an African diamond mine haunts a man many years later after he has returned to Britain. The film was made as a programmer by Warner was part of a cycle of British-themed films made by Hollywood studios during the era.
Somewhere South of Suez: A Further Survey of the Grand Design of the Twentieth Century by Douglas Reed A kind of sequel to Reed's The Grand Design of the 20th Century, in which he reports further on the shadowy, globalizing figures that spell the end of his beloved British Empire.
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Somewhere south of Suez;: A further survey of the grand design of the twentieth century. Former London Times correspondent in Central Europe, he had won great fame with books like Insanity Fair, Disgrace Abounding, Lest We Regret, Somewhere South of Suez, Far and Wide and several others, each amplifying a hundredfold the scope available to him as.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Reed, Douglas, Somewhere south of Suez. New York, Devin-Adair  (OCoLC) Document Type. Addeddate Identifier ReedDouglasTheControversyOfZion_ Identifier-ark ark://t2pq Ocr ABBYY FineReader (Extended OCR). South of Suez is where diamond-mine foreman John Gamble (George Brent) plies his trade.
When his boss is murdered, Gamble is held for murder, forcing him to take it on the lam. With the reluctant Category: Drama, Mystery & Suspense. Directed by Lewis Seiler. With George Brent, Brenda Marshall, George Tobias, James Stephenson. Greedy diamond mine owner Eli Snedeker, resentful that his ex-foreman John Gamble stopped him from taking over kindly, but drunken, mine owner Roger Smythe's mine just as he was about to strike it rich, kills Smythe and blames it on Gamble.
Grabbing the diamonds, Gamble flees Africa to England where.Douglas Reed has 13 books on Goodreads with ratings. Douglas Reed’s most popular book is The Controversy of Zion.
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