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  1. Benjamin Disraeli, 1st Earl of Beaconsfield KG PC FRS (21 December 1804 – 19 April 1881) was a British statesman and Conservative politician who twice served as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom. He played a central role in the creation of the modern Conservative Party, defining its policies and its broad outreach.

  2. Benjamin Disraeli est né le 21 décembre 1804 dans le quartier londonien de Bloomsbury. Il était le second enfant et le premier fils d'Isaac D'Israeli, un historien et critique littéraire, et de Maria (Miriam) née Basevi [1]. La famille était principalement d'origine séfarade, avec des nombreux ancêtres venant d'Italie.

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  4. Benjamin Disraeli, I conte di Beaconsfield (Londra, 21 dicembre 1804 – Londra, 19 aprile 1881), è stato un politico e scrittore britannico.Ha fatto parte del Partito Conservatore ed è stato Primo ministro del Regno Unito due volte: dal 27 febbraio al 3 dicembre 1868 e dal 20 febbraio 1874 al 23 aprile 1880.

  5. 17/12/2021 · Benjamin Disraeli, British statesman and novelist who was twice prime minister (1868, 1874–80). He provided the Conservative Party with a twofold policy of Tory democracy and imperialism. Disraeli, Queen Victoria’s favorite prime minister, and Liberal leader William E. Gladstone were implacable enemies.

  6. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › BenjaminBenjamin - Wikipedia

    Benjamin (Hebrew: בִּנְיָמִין, Bīnyāmīn, from Biblical Hebrew "Son of the right [stronger] person, or side" to underline he was the youngest) was the last out of the two sons of Jacob and Rachel (Jacob's twelfth and youngest child because he had 12 sons and one daughter) in Jewish, Christian and Islamic tradition.

  7. 20/08/2020 · Benjamin ‘Dizzy’ Disraeli was the son of Isaac, a Jewish Italian writer, and had an Anglican upbringing after the age of 12. With Jews excluded from Parliament until 1858, ...