Duff Hart-Davis. Coronet Books, London 1991. Tapa Blanda, 464 Págs. ISBN 0340553367. Estado: Muy Bueno con señales del paso del tiempo.
In 1985 the Canadian entrepreneur and financier, Conrad Black, gained control of “The Daily Telegraph”. But it was the strange, shy Berrys, the family who rose from humble origins in Wales to become lords and millionaires, that bought the ailing paper in 1928 and transformed it into one of Britain’s leading newspapers. This book provides a history of the newspaper and its development as a reflection of the Conservative tradition, as well as an account of the achievements and failures experienced by those who controlled the fortunes of the newspaper and the Berry family.
DEBIDO A LA SUBIDA DE TARIFAS PARA EL ENVÍO INTERNACIONAL DE LIBROS, ACTUALMENTE SOLO REALIZAMOS ENVÍOS DENTRO DEL TERRITORIO NACIONAL DE ESPAÑA. ROGAMOS DISCULPAS A LOS USUARIOS AFECTADOS Descartar