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  1. Benjamin Disraeli KG, FRS, PC (Londres, 21 de diciembre de 1804-Curzon Street, Londres, 19 de abril de 1881), conocido también como conde de Beaconsfield o lord Beaconsfield, fue un político, escritor y aristócrata británico, que ejerció dos veces como primer ministro del Reino Unido, fue líder de la Muy Leal Oposición de Su Majestad y tres veces ministro de Hacienda del Reino Unido.

  2. Benjamin Disraeli (Londen, 21 december 1804 – Mayfair, 19 april 1881) was een Britse staatsman van de Conservatieve Partij. Hij was tweemaal premier , in 1868 en van 1874-1880. Inhoud

  3. Benjamin Disraeli's remarks during Disraeli-O'Connell debate in Parliament, www.victorianweb.org. 1835. 66 Copy quote Moderation has been called a virtue to limit the ambition of great men, and to console undistinguished people for their want of fortune and their lack of merit.

  4. History. Mark Twain popularized the saying in Chapters from My Autobiography, published in the North American Review in 1907. "Figures often beguile me," Twain wrote, "particularly when I have the arranging of them myself; in which case the remark attributed to Disraeli would often apply with justice and force: 'There are three kinds of lies: lies, damned lies, and statistics.'"

  5. Disraeli is a 1929 American historical film directed by Alfred E. Green, released by Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc., and adapted by Julien Josephson (screenplay) and De Leon Anthony (titles) from the 1911 play Disraeli by Louis N. Parker. The lobby card states, "Mr. George Arliss in his greatest picture Disraeli".

  6. 08/12/2016 · Benjamin Disraeli. 11. “Your story is the greatest legacy that you will leave to your friends. It’s the longest-lasting legacy you will leave to your heirs.”

  7. Entitled "Disraeli - Queen Victoria's Favourite Prime Minister" it is both a superb script and is delivered wonderfully. It held the live audience's rapt attention and was widely seen as one of the best performances we have ever had.” This performance is part of the Buckinghamshire History Festival 2022.