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Who's Who 2014

Who’s Who : the essential directory of the noteworthy and influential in all walks of life, in the UK and worldwide, published annually since 1849.

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Who’s Who

the definitive directory of everyone who’s anyone in Britain, and beyond, today.

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Who Was Who update

Who Was Who has proved invaluable in identifying not only those who shaped the events of their time but others, now forgotten, who were familiar names to the journalists and diarists who recorded the events of the day. With the publication of new editions of the first three volumes of Who Was Who, covering the years between 1897 and 1940, we have a unique snapshot of that era. Explore it here.


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2014 Edition of Who's Who

Who’s Who includes autobiographical information on over 33,000 influential people from all walks of life. The 166th edition includes a foreword by Sir Francis Richards reflecting on the ‘changing face of British society’ since the First World War.

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