1 edition of Edmond Ironside found in the catalog.
1927 by printed for the Malone Society by the Oxford University Press in [London] .
Written in English
|Series||Malone Society reprints -- 1927|
|Contributions||Murrie, Eleanore Boswell., Greg, W. W. 1875-1959., Malone Society.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiiip., 87p. :|
|Number of Pages||87|
Based on the historical Egbert of Wessex. His real name is Athelstan and he was a monk in England. Fullerwho was appointed a lecturer at the College at the same time, and became a close acquaintance of Sir Basil Liddell-Hart. The character is based on the semi-historical Oleg the Prophet. Edmund put up an heroic and valiant stand against the Viking invaders.
Saturday September 24 The Deerhurst lecture was given by Dr. He is survived by a sister, Geraldine Fuller of Fairbanks, Alaska. Thus Edmund succeeded to the throne at a very difficult time as the Danes led by Cnut were still harrying England and appeared set on conquest. They were secretly sent to Kiev, where Olof's daughter Ingigerd was the Queen. Edmund was able to raise an army among her supporters and those of the dead thegns.
Inhe was associated with evangelist George McPherson, and in began preaching under the direction of the Moody Bible Institute. Whilst his sympathetic manner reassured the Poles, the visit may have unintentionally given the impression that Britain was intending to provide direct military assistance. Edith of Scotland, the daughter of Malcolm and Margaret, became the wife of Henry I of England, changing her name to Matilda on marriage. Despite the rain, there was a great atmosphere and lots of people came to see the battle and visit the many stalls.
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However, after some debate, Hore-Belisha went ahead and offered Ironside the position in May, appointing a corresponding Inspector-General of Home Forces at the same time, both under Lord Gort's command.
Sams issued his second edition. While the Danes laid siege to LondonEdmund headed for Wessexwhere the people submitted to him and he gathered an army. He had an interest in, and knowledge of, the cultivation and hybridization of orchids. Alan Thacker gave a keynote address on the Thursday evening on kings and saints.
His mother Minerva died inat age 81 of cancer, while his father, William, died inat age While there, he began helping at British evangelist Henry Varley's meetings, and there met pianist Helen Shofield, daughter of a Presbyterian pastor in Oakland. In November he handed command over to Henry Rawlinsonwho would supervise the eventual withdrawal, and returned to Britain.
I don't suppose that Winston liked doing it, for he is always loyal to his friends". Edmund escaped before their stranglehold was complete and moved west into Wessex to raise an army and also get the backing of this crucial area.
Edmund came to London with troops from Wessex and the south and tried to counter-attack, first from the north bank of the Thames and then from the south bank. Only a month later Edmund Ironside died in suspicious circumstances.
The succession at this point was perilously tenuous. But for a brief time, he gave the English an exceptionally brave and charismatic leader — and one who should not be forgotten. He also found it hard to cope with Churchill's mood swings and insistence on micromanagement of the campaign, and a gulf began to grow between the two.
Aethelred acted with uncharacteristic speed and resolve, attacking the Danelaw. In the late summer ofafter his marriage, Edmund issued two diplomas. For all this, however, it was the best of a bad job; he was still far from the War Officeand unable to make significant impact on the army's preparation for a future war.
The formal reason was that the Cabinet wished to have someone with recent combat experience in command, and Ironside accepted the dismissal gracefully — "I was quite prepared to be released.
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After a year working on a cattle and sheep ranch, he returned to school, but he quit before completing junior high school.H.
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PREFACE. IN reproducing these lectures in book form, I simply accede to the requests of many who heard them, either in Oakland or in other cities where I have spoken on the same Book in recent years. Suffered eye strain from always having to look upwards while in a wheelchair on the Ironside () set.
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Dallas Colored Bible School. to. Southern Bible Training School. and in was renamed again to. Southern Bible Institute. In August ofthe Lord he loved and served called Dr. Edmond Ironside home.