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Disraeli often refers to Benjamin Disraeli (1804-1881), a British Prime Minister and literary figure.
Disraeli or D'Israeli may also refer to:
- Benjamin D'Israeli (1730–1816), British financier and merchant, father of Isaac D'Israeli
- Isaac D'Israeli (1766–1848), British writer, scholar, and man of letters, father of Benjamin Disraeli
- Coningsby Disraeli (1867-1936), British politician, grandson of Isaac, nephew of Benjamin Disraeli
- Mary Anne Disraeli (1792-1872), wife of Benjamin Disraeli
- D'Israeli, pseudonym of Matt Brooker, British comic artist, colorist, writer and letterer
- Disraeli, Quebec (city), a city in the province of Quebec, Canada
- Disraeli, Quebec (parish), a parish in Quebec
- Disraeli Glacier, Nunavut, Canada
Works about Benjamin Disraeli
- Disraeli (play), a 1911 play by the British writer Louis N. Parker
- Disraeli (1916 film), a silent biographical film directed by Charles Calvert
- Disraeli (1921 film), a silent biographical film starring George Arliss
- Disraeli (1929 film), a biographical film starring George Arliss
- Disraeli (TV serial), a 1978 British miniseries
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