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20th-century British novelists

20th-century British poets

20th-century English writers

20th-century Scottish writers

20th-century Welsh writers

Aleister Crowley

Alfred North Whitehead

Beatrix Potter

Bertrand Russell

David Irving

Friedrich Hayek

John Maynard Keynes

Karl Popper

M. R. James

Rudyard Kipling

T. E. Lawrence

Virginia Woolf

Winston Churchill

  

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A. C. Grayling

A. E. Waite

Aleister Crowley

Alexander Devine

Alfred Machin (writer)

Alfred Richard Allinson

Alfred Russel Wallace

Algernon Blackwood

Alistair Horne

Alister Hardy

Andrew Roberts (historian)

Angela Lansbury

Anne Donovan (author)

Anthony Browne (author)

Anthony Ludovici

Antony Beevor

Arthur David Beaty

Austin Coates

B. L. Coombes

Barbara Hannah

Basil Collier

Basil de Sélincourt

Beatrix Potter

Bernard Lewis

Bernard Newman (author)

Bertrand Russell

Beryl Irving

Brian Vesey-Fitzgerald

Britt Allcroft

Bruce Chatwin

Bruce Marshall

C. E. Bechhofer Roberts

C. F. Caunter

Campbell Christie (writer)

Caryl Brahms

Cecil J. Edmonds

Cecilia Maria de Candia

Chantelle Fiddy

Charles Angell Bradford

Charles Evans (mountaineer)

Charles le Gai Eaton

Chris Impey

Christopher A. Pissarides

Christopher Cornford

Christopher Cradock

Christopher Hitchens

Christopher Robbins

D. H. Lawrence

David Edgar (playwright)

David Hare (playwright)

David Irving

David Stevenson (historian)

David Walder

Denzil Batchelor

Desmond Morris

Donald James

Doris Lessing

Dorothy Reynolds

Dorothy Richardson

Douglas Valder Duff

Edward Ardizzone

Edward Carpenter (priest)

Edward Crankshaw

Edward Francis Leopold Brech

Elaine Morgan (writer)

Eleanor Doorly

Elizabeth Cowell

Eric Dingwall

Erin Pizzey

Ernest de Sélincourt

Ethel Bristowe

F. L. Green

Francis Bradley Bradley-Birt

Francis Clifford (author)

Francis J. Haverfield

Francis Meynell

Francis Warre-Cornish

Frederic Wood Jones

Frederica J. Turle

Frederick Merrick White

Frederick Sadleir Brereton

Frederick Webb Headley

Friedrich Hayek

G. E. Moore

Geoffrey Parker (historian)

Gerald Willoughby-Meade

Godfrey Lias

Gordon Ramsay

Graham Hancock

H. E. L. Mellersh

H. L. A. Hart

Harry Gordon Selfridge

Harry Hodgkinson (writer)

Havelock Ellis

Henrietta Elizabeth Marshall

Henry B. Wheatley

Henry Lincoln

Hermione, Countess of Ranfurly

Hugh Pembroke Vowles

Hugh Walpole bibliography

Ian Fleming

Ian Kershaw

Ian Russell, 13th Duke of Bedford

Ida Mann

Irvine Welsh

Isaiah Berlin

J. S. Fletcher

James A. Mackay

James Bentley (author)

James Cable

James Fisher (naturalist)

James Gilchrist Lawson

James Parkes (clergyman)

James Swallow

Jeffrey Dell

Jeremy Howard-Williams

Joachim Whaley

John Bagot Glubb

John Berger

John Cournos

John Gardner (British writer)

John Harvey (historian)

John Hicks

John Julius Norwich

John Keegan

John Maynard Keynes

John Palmer (author)

John Peel (writer)

John Piper (author)

John Winton

Jon Ingold

Jonathan Bate

Joy Adamson

Julia Donaldson

Julia Namier

Karl Popper

Katharine Burdekin

Keir Thomas

Kingsley Amis

L. F. Rushbrook Williams

Lady Caroline Blackwood

Lady Colin Campbell

Lady Sybil Grant

Linda Colley

Linda Kelly (author)

Linda Yueh

Lionel Charlton

Louis Gompertz

Ludwig Wittgenstein

M. M. Kaye

Mabell Ogilvy, Countess of Airlie

Margaret Murray

Mary Butts

Maurice Ashley (historian)

Maurice Collis

Maurice Cornforth

Max Aitken, Lord Beaverbrook

Maxwell Hall

May Edginton

Michael Barringer

Michael Eddowes

Michael Howard (historian)

Michael Polanyi

Michael Rosen

Mike Ashley (writer)

Neil Docking

Nicholas Wade

Nicolas Cheetham

Noel Barber

Norman Lewis (author)

Norman Smith (journalist)

Nuala McKeever

Oliver Warner

Olivia FitzRoy

Olivia Robertson

Patrick Alexander (writer)

Paul Dukes

Pauline Goldsmith

Peter Hitchens

Peter J. Evans

Peter Luke

Peter Taylor (journalist)

Philip Lymbery

Philip MacCann

Princess Michael of Kent

R. Austin Freeman

R. L. Holdsworth

Reg Hill

Reginald Campbell

Reginald Campbell Thompson

René Cutforth

Richard J. Evans

Ricky Gervais

Roald Dahl

Robert Boothby, Baron Boothby

Robert Byron

Robert Payne (author)

Rodney Collin

Roger Manvell

Roland Camberton

Ron Turner (illustrator)

Ronald Duncan

Roy Andries De Groot

Rudyard Kipling

Rupert Croft-Cooke

Ruth Downie

Sebastian Faulks

Sid Chaplin

Stacy Aumonier

Stephen Haggard

Steven Runciman

Sydney Castle Roberts

T. E. Lawrence

T. R. Fyvel

T. S. Eliot

Tamara Deutscher

Terry Jones

Terry Nation

Thomas Alexander Barns

Thomas Griffith Taylor

Thomas Hennell

Tim Jeal

Ulric Nisbet

Vera Barclay

Vera Chapman

Victor Bridges

Victor Pemberton

Victor Rousseau Emanuel

Virginia Woolf

Vivienne de Watteville

Wilfrid Le Gros Clark

William Angus Knight

William Boyd (writer)

William Dalrymple (historian)

William Harbutt Dawson

William Price Drury

Willy Maley

Winifred Peck

Winston Churchill

 

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