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us: Sampson, Anthony, 1926-2004



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    • us: Sėmpson, Antoni, 1926-2004
    • us: Сэмпсон, Антони, 1926-2004
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    • found: Drum, 1956.
    • found: Wikipedia, May 31, 2005 (under Anthony Sampson: Anthony Terrell Seward Sampson; b. Aug. 3, 1926; d. Dec. 18, 2004; British journalist)
    • found: Biog. resource center (Contemp. authors), Apr. 29, 2010 (Anthony (Terrell Seward) Sampson; b. Aug. 3, 1926, Durham, England; d. Dec. 18, 2004; Christ Church, Oxford, M.A., 1950; contributing editor, Newsweek, beginning 1977; Trustee, Scott Trust, beginning 1993)
    • found: Wikipedia, Mar. 17, 2011 (Anthony Sampson; Anthony Terrell Seward Sampson; b 3 August 1926; d. 18 December 2004; British writer and journalist. During the 1950s he edited the magazine Drum in Johannesburg, South Africa. On returning to the United Kingdom he joined the editorial staff of The Observer, where he worked from 1955-66. Sampson was the author of a series of major books with Anatomy of Britain (1962); main themes were how Britain works as a state, and large corporations; he was a founding member of the Social Democratic Party)
    • found: Novai͡a anatomii͡a Britanii, 1975: title page (Антони Сэмпсон = Antoni SЇempson)
    • found: Dictionary of African Biography, accessed September 12, 2014, via Oxford African American Studies Center database: (Sampson, Anthony; Anthony Terrell Seward Sampson; print journalist, broadcast journalist, newspaper editor / publisher, human rights activist; born 03 August 1926 in Billingham, England; graduated Westminster School (1941); joined the Royal Navy (1944); attended Christ Church, Oxford University, studied Elizabethan drama (1947) and graduated (1950); worked as editor for Drum, Johannesburg, South Africa (1951); and moved back to the UK (1955); correspondent for The Observer; marched against the invasion of Iraq (2003); wrote a weekly column for The Independent; died 18 December 2004 in Wardour, England)
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