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Lord Curzon History

Conservative politician and minister. Viceroy of India from 1899-1905 and war-time minister. Became Foreign Secretary between 1919-1924. Noted for the Curzon Line, his proposed boundary between Poland and Russia. Rejected in 1919 by the Poles who moved the border much further east, it now forms the border between Poland and Russia.

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  • Article Name: Curzon
  • Author: Asa Briggs
  • Description: Lord Curzon History Conservative politician and minister. Viceroy of India from 1899-1905 and war-time minister. Became [...]

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