Frank Dilnot

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Frank Dilnot (1875–1946) was an English author and journalist, born in Hampshire. He was educated privately and began as a newspaper reporter in 1900 on the staff of the Central News, London, which he left two years later for the Daily Mail (1902–10). He was editor of the Daily Citizen, a British labour organ (1912–15), and thereafter was a correspondent for the Chronicle to investigate social and economic conditions in England. In 1916-19, he was president of the Association of Foreign Correspondents in America, and in the latter year, editor of the Globe.

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His publications, the majority of which give evidence of thorough insight into social and economic conditions in England, include:

  • The Old Order Changeth: the Passing of Power from the House of Lords (1911)
  • Lloyd George the Man (1917)
  • The New America (1919)
  • England after the War (1920)
  • I Warmed Both Hands (1933)

His Lord George the Man had a second edition with three supplementary chapters in 1923 under the title Lloyd George. The undiscriminating admiration of the first edition had distinctly ebbed in the supplementary chapters.

References[edit]

  • Bleiler, Everett (1948). The Checklist of Fantastic Literature. Chicago: Shasta Publishers. p. 99. 

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