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Victor Grayson

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Victor Grayson's life may have been short but it was action-packed. Born in the slums of Liverpool, a bright lad, he served an engineering apprenticeship before he began preaching in non-conformist churches and started training as a Unitarian minister and attending Manchester University. His interest switched to politics and, in 1907, aged 25, he shook the British Establishment when he won the Colne Valley by-election as a socialist with active support from the Suffragettes. One afternoon in September 1920, he disappeared and has never resurfaced.

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Author(s):
David Clark
Condition:
Used: good
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0704374080
ISBN-13:
9780704374089
Publisher:
Quartet
Title:
Victor Grayson

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Victor Grayson's life may have been short but it was action-packed. Born in the slums of Liverpool, a bright lad, he served an engineering apprenticeship before he began preaching in non-conformist churches and started training as a Unitarian minister and attending Manchester University. His interest switched to politics and, in 1907, aged 25, he shook the British Establishment when he won the Colne Valley by-election as a socialist with active support from the Suffragettes. One afternoon in September 1920, he disappeared and has never resurfaced.

Author(s):
David Clark
Condition:
Used: good
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0704374080
ISBN-13:
9780704374089
Publisher:
Quartet
Title:
Victor Grayson

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