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Beloff, Max, 1913-1999

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    • Beloff, Max Beloff, Baron, 1913-
    • Belof, Maḳs, Baron, 1913-1999
    • Beloff, Lord, 1913-1999
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        • Organization: (naf) All Souls College (University of Oxford)
        • Organization: (naf) Nuffield College
        • Organization: (naf) British Academy
    • Has Affiliation

        • Organization: University College of Buckingham
    • Birth Place

        London, England
    • Death Place

        London, England
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        Great Britain
    • Associated Locale

        Oxford, England
    • Associated Locale

        Buckingham, England
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  • Earlier Established Forms

    • Beloff, Max Beloff, Baron, 1913-
  • Sources

    • found: His Public order and popular disturbances, 1660-1714, 1938:title page (Max Beloff)
    • found: The United States and the unity of Europe, 1963:title page (Max Beloff)
    • found: His The role of the Palestine Mandate in the period of Britain's imperial decline, 1981?:t.p. (Max Beloff) p. 4 of cover (Maḳs Belof)
    • found: His Britain and European union, 1996:CIP t.p. (Lord Beloff) galley (lists author's works; pref. signed at All Souls College, Oxford)
    • found: Whitaker's almanack, 1995:p. 162 (under life peers, barons: created 1981: Beloff, Max Beloff; FBA; b. 1913)
    • found: WW, 1995(under Beloff, Baron, cr. 1981 (life peer), of Wolvercote in County of Oxfordshire: Max Beloff; kt. 1980; MA, DLitt. (Oxon); FBA, 1973; FRHistS; FRSA; b. 2 July 1913)
    • found: Oxford dictionary of national biography online, viewed September 5, 2013(Beloff, Max, Baron Beloff (1913-1999), historian, was born on 2 July 1913 in London; went to Corpus Christi College, Oxford, as a scholar and graduated with first-class honours in modern history in 1935; in 1937 became a junior research fellow at Corpus Christi College; in 1939 was appointed an assistant lecturer in history at the University of Manchester, specializing in seventeenth-century history; in 1946 he returned to Oxford as Nuffield reader in the comparative study of institutions, holding a fellowship at Nuffield College from 1947; in 1957 he was elected Gladstone Professor of Government and Public Administration, with a fellowship at All Souls College; in 1974 he abandoned Oxford to become the first principal of the University College of Buckingham; died at St Thomas's Hospital, Lambeth, London, on 22 March 1999)
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    • 1980-03-24: new
    • 2013-09-06: revised
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