Ian Colvin

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Ian Duncan Colvin (29 September 1877 — 10 May 1938) was a British journalist and historian. Colvin is believed to have contributed greatly to the Protocols related book The Cause of World Unrest.[1]

From 1909 he was a leader writer for The Morning Post. In 1915 he published The Germans in England, 1066–1598 in which he claimed the Hanseatic League tried to control Europe through a mixture of peaceful and violent means.[2]

In 1929 he published his biography of General Reginald Dyer. He also wrote three volumes on the life of the Irish Unionist leader Sir Edward Carson.

Works

  • The Life of General Dyer (1929)

Notes

  1. Antisemitism: A Historical Encyclopedia Of Prejudice And Persecution, Volume 1, By Richard S. Levy, page 109
  2. Panikos Panayi, 'Germans in Britain's History', in Panayi (ed.), Germans in Britain since 1500 (Hambledon Continuum, 1996), p. 13.

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