Raymond Beazley

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Sir Charles Raymond Beazley (1868–1955) was a British historian.[1] He was Professor of History at the University of Birmingham from 1909-1933.

He was educated at St Paul's School, King's College London and Balliol College, Oxford. His academic career was as a Fellow of Merton College, Oxford, until his chair at Birmingham.

Associated with a pro-German tendency within the British political and intellectual establishment in the inter-war years, Beazley was a regular contributor to the Anglo-German Review, established in 1936.[2] He subsequently sat on the National Council of the Link, a pro-German organisation.[3]



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