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INDIA: Disappointment at New Delhi

Sir Victor Alexander John Hope, Marquess of Linlithgow, Earl of Hopetoun, Viscount Aithrie and Baron Hope sprained his ankle last week. The accident obliged him...

INDIA: New Viceroy

Far more ceremonious than the inauguration of a President of the U. S. was the arrival in Bombay last week of the new Viceroy of India, the tall (6 ft. 3...

Foreign News: Linlithgow Report

To look at that youthful and dreamy-faced Scotsman Victor Alexander John Hope, Marquess of Linlithgow and Baron Hope, few people would suppose that during the...

INDIA: Partnership & Co-Operation

(See front cover) As has so often and so fortunately occurred in English history, a Scotsman, Victor Alexander John Hope, Marquess of Linlithgow, was making...

Milestones, Jan. 14, 1952

Married. Phoebe Atwood Taylor, 42, writer of mystery chillers with a Cape Cod setting (Deadly Sunshade); and Dr. Grantley Walder Taylor, 54, Boston physician;...

INDIA: Farewell to Delhi

To hear the retiring Viceroy's farewell address last week, India's Central Legislature met in gay saris, bright turbans, khaki. Tall, unbending Lord Linlithgow...

INDIA: The Failure

Dispatches from India last week scarcely mentioned the Marquess of Linlithgow, Viceroy of India, personal friend and unrelenting political enemy of Mohandas K...

BRITISH EMPIRE: Hottest Seat

Bleak Lord Linlithgow, Viceroy of India, was scheduled to retire in April 1943, and, though it was well into December, his successor had not been named. His...

INDIA: Viceroy into Roi

The job of ruling in India seven times as many subjects of the King-Emperor as live in the British Isles is likely to be tough during the weeks to come for...

INDIA: Of Time and the Measure

One day in August 1917, after Indian troops had fought long and loyally in Mesopotamia against the Turks—Mohammedans against Mohammedans—and in France against...

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