Benjamin Disraeli, British Prime Minister 1868 and 1874-80, Conservative. Born: 21 December 1804 in Bedford Row, London. Died: 19 April 1881 at Curzon Street, London.
Biography of this British Prime Minister from Marjorie Bloy's Web of English History, including links to information about related figures, laws, and events.
Disraeli's papers includes family, domestic and personal, political, and literary papers. The collection contains a section of Isaac D'Israeli's papers.
Online scan of a book by Benjamin D'israeli published in 1870.
A comparison of the two PMs' differences on the income tax.
Photo of a Disraeli painting, with a paragraph on the Earl of Beaconsfield and on its creation by Sir John Everett Millais.
Modern History Sourcebook text from Whigs and Whiggism: Political Writings by Benjamin Disraeli, ed. William Hutcheon (London, 1913).
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