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The World: Eden: The Loyal Adjutant

His life spanned some of the most glorious years of modern British history and some of the most traumatic—from the empire's pinnacle at Queen Victoria's Diamond...

GREAT BRITAIN: Driven Man

(See Cover) The grave men gathered in the Cabinet room at 10 Downing Street were confronted with a problem unique in the proud history of Britain: they were...

Great Britain: Statesman's Return

On Jan. 9, 1957, two months after he had called off his country's invasion of Suez, Sir Anthony Eden resigned as Prime Minister, leaving a nation divided at...

GREAT BRITAIN: Eden's Version

In the first installments of his published memoirs, Britain's Sir Anthony Eden portrayed the late John Foster Dulles as an international plunger who was only...

Books: Eden's Scrapbook

THE RECKONING by Anthony Eden, Earl of Avon. 716 pages. Houghton Mifflin. $8.50. Anthony Eden's public life ended in the public disaster of Suez. Broken in...

GREAT BRITAIN: Decision?

There is reason to believe that Prime Minister Winston Churchill has told Anthony Eden, his almost certain successor, that he intends to resign this...

GREAT BRITAIN: The Unhappy Memory

In London last week the bitterest and most divisive British political controversy of modern times flared into renewed life. Once again Englishmen argued in...

GREAT BRITAIN: Nips at the Collie

Last week Sir Anthony Eden gave another of his vivid impersonations of a man of uncertainty. For weeks the Eden government has ignored press reports of old...

GREAT BRITAIN: The Heir

Never had Anthony Eden seemed more quietly confident or the Tory faithful more pleased with him. In Blackpool's Empress ballroom, 4,100 delegates to the annual...

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