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Who's who 2015

£100.00

Product description

Who's Who 2015 is the 167th edition of the world's longest established and most comprehensive general reference book, brought right up to date for the year ahead. The first auto biographical reference book in the world and, after 167 years, still the most accurate and reliable resource for information supplied and checked by the entrants themselves. 'The famous red covers of Who's Who are exclusive and only the enduringly notable get into them... After a week with the new Who's Who (and though it's heavy to pick up) "you can't put it down" best describes my feeling.' - Matthew Parris, The Times 'The unrivalled compendium of the good and the great' - The Daily Telegraph 'Who's Who is a mirror in which society glimpses a reflection of its own achievement.' -The Times 'Britain's most famous reference book ... a biographical record of the great and the good.' - Daily Mail

Item details

Condition:
As new
Edition:
2015
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
1408181207
ISBN-13:
9781408181201
Number of pages:
2560
Publisher:
A. & C. Black

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About this item

Who's Who 2015 is the 167th edition of the world's longest established and most comprehensive general reference book, brought right up to date for the year ahead. The first auto biographical reference book in the world and, after 167 years, still the most accurate and reliable resource for information supplied and checked by the entrants themselves. 'The famous red covers of Who's Who are exclusive and only the enduringly notable get into them... After a week with the new Who's Who (and though it's heavy to pick up) "you can't put it down" best describes my feeling.' - Matthew Parris, The Times 'The unrivalled compendium of the good and the great' - The Daily Telegraph 'Who's Who is a mirror in which society glimpses a reflection of its own achievement.' -The Times 'Britain's most famous reference book ... a biographical record of the great and the good.' - Daily Mail

Condition:
As new
Edition:
2015
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
1408181207
ISBN-13:
9781408181201
Number of pages:
2560
Publisher:
A. & C. Black

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