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Benjamin Disraeli, British Prime Minister 1868 and 1874-80, Conservative. Born: 21 December 1804 in Bedford Row, London. Died: 19 April 1881 at Curzon Street, London.
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Biography of this British Prime Minister from Marjorie Bloy's Web of English History, including links to information about related figures, laws, and events.
Bodleian Library, University of Oxford: Disraeli Papers
Disraeli's papers includes family, domestic and personal, political, and literary papers. The collection contains a section of Isaac D'Israeli's papers.
Online scan of a book by Benjamin D'israeli published in 1870.
Four Famous Victorians - Benjamin Disraeli
InfoBritain: Benjamin Disraeli
Inland Revenue - Gladstone vs Disraeli
A comparison of the two PMs' differences on the income tax.
National Portrait Gallery - Benjamin Disraeli
Photo of a Disraeli painting, with a paragraph on the Earl of Beaconsfield and on its creation by Sir John Everett Millais.
Modern History Sourcebook text from Whigs and Whiggism: Political Writings by Benjamin Disraeli, ed. William Hutcheon (London, 1913).
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