Noel Annan Net Worth

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Noel Gilroy Annan, Baron Annan, OBE (25 December 1916 – 21 February 2000) was a British military intelligence officer, author, and academic. During his military career, he rose to the rank of colonel and was appointed OBE. He was provost of King's College, Cambridge 1956–66, provost of University College, London 1966–78, vice-chancellor of the University of London, and a member of the House of Lords.Annan's publications include Leslie Stephen (1951)—awarded the James Tait Black Memorial Prize), Roxburgh of Stowe (1965), Our Age (1990), described by Professor John Gray in the New Statesman as a "marvellous compendium of the higher gossip,"[1] Changing Enemies (1995), and The Dons (1999). His best-known essay is "The Intellectual Aristocracy," which illustrates, according to Robert Fulford in the National Post, the "web of kinship that united British intellectuals (the Darwins, Huxleys, Macaulays, etc.) in the 19th and early 20th centuries."[2]
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Date Of BirthDecember 25, 1916, London, United Kingdom
DiedFebruary 21, 2000, London, United Kingdom
Place Of BirthLondon, England, UK
EducationKing's College, Cambridge, Stowe School
AwardsJames Tait Black Memorial Prize - Biography
Star SignCapricorn
1Made a life peer in 1965.


Cold War1998TV Mini-Series documentaryHimself
Sworn to Secrecy: Secrets of War1998TV Series documentaryHimself - Author 'Changing Enemies'
The Media Show1990TV SeriesHimself
Opinions1986TV SeriesHimself
A Painful Reminder: Evidence for All Mankind1985TV Movie documentaryAcknowledged
Question Time1980-1984TV SeriesHimself
The Richard Dimbleby Lecture1972TV Series documentaryHimself
E. M. Forster 1879-19701970TV MovieHimself
The Brains Trust1959TV SeriesHimself - Panellist

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