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  1. Edward Grey (25 de abril de 1862 – 7 de septiembre de 1933) fue un hombre de estado británico del Partido Liberal y adherente del «Nuevo Liberalismo». Sirvió como ministro de Asuntos Exteriores desde 1905 hasta 1916, la más larga antigüedad de cualquier persona en ese oficio.

    • Edward Grey, 1st Viscount Grey of Fallodon
    • David Lloyd George
  2. (Sir Edward Grey, primer Vizconde de Fallodon; Oxford, 1862 - Fallodon, 1933) Político inglés, uno de los hombres de Estado británicos más sobresalientes del último siglo. Ocupó los cargos de subsecretario y secretario de Asuntos Exteriores, al frente del cual ostenta el récord de permanencia ininterrumpida en toda la historia de su país (desde 1905 hasta 1916).

  3. Sir Edward Grey, 3rd Baronet, also called (from 1916) 1st Viscount Grey of Fallodon, (born April 25, 1862, London, England—died September 7, 1933, Fallodon, near Embleton, Northumberland, England), British statesman whose 11 years (1905–16) as British foreign secretary, the longest uninterrupted tenure of that office in history, were marked by …

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  4. Edvard Grieg (Edvard Hagerup Grieg; Bergen, 1843 - 1907) Compositor noruego considerado el principal representante de la música nacionalista de su país. Edvard Grieg Inició su formación musical con su madre, Gesine Judith Grieg, que era pianista y había estudiado con Albert Methfessel en Hamburgo.

    • An Unconventional Foreign Secretary
    • Maintaining The Balance of Power in Europe
    • Attempts to Reach A Settlement with Germany
    • The Final Years in Office

    Grey was not a conventional Foreign Secretary. He disliked travelling – his first official trip abroad was to France in 1914 – preferring instead to conduct relations through ambassadors in London. He also hated being in London, away from his north-country pursuits: bird watching, fly-fishing and hill-walking. The job imposed a heavy workload and t...

    Grey would later be criticised for not converting the ententes with France and Russia into alliances and also for making the agreements in the first place. His aim was less about securing the Empire and more about maintaining the balance of power in Europe against an increasingly dominant Germany. But his balancing act was subtler than just support...

    In February 1912 the Secretary for War, Lord Haldane, was despatched to Berlin to reach a political and naval settlement with Germany. The mission failed. Each country had fundamentally different goals. Germany wanted to secure British neutrality in the event of a European war while Britain wanted an end to the naval race with Germany. Neither side...

    During the July crisis of 1914 the crucial question was whether Britain would declare support for France in a war with Germany. Grey threatened to resign rather than see France abandoned but the Cabinet was split on the issue. Criticism that Grey did not align himself firmly and quickly enough with France and Russia to dissuade Germany from going t...

  5. Edward Grey, 1st Viscount Grey of Fallodon, KG, PC, DL, FZS (25 April 1862 – 7 September 1933), better known as Sir Edward Grey, was a British Liberal statesman and the main force behind British foreign policy in the era of the First World War . An adherent of the "New Liberalism", [1] he served as foreign secretary from 1905 to 1916, the longest ...

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