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Adm. pens. at TRINITY, May 12, 1885. [3rd] s. of John (1851), of Westfield, Southsea, Hants.
B. [Mar. 1], 1867, at Albury, Surrey.
Matric. Michs. 1885; Scholar, 1887; B.A. 1889; M.A. 1893.
University Extension Lecturer, London, Cambridge, Oxford and Liverpool.
Reader in Modern Russian History, Liverpool Univ., 1906-8; and Secretary to the School of Russian Studies, 1906-17.
Professor of Russian History, Literature and Language at Liverpool, 1908-17; and of the same subjects at the University of London, 1919-36.
Fellow of King's College, London.
Director of the School of Slavonic and East European Studies, 1922-39.
Secretary of the Anglo-Russian Committee in London, 1909-14.
Editor, Russian Review, 1912-14.
Attached as observer to the Russian Army, 1914-17 (Russian Red Cross; Soldier's cross and medal of St George). Attached to H.M. Ambassador in Petrograd, 1917.
White Lion of Czechoslovakia, 3rd class, 1927.
Married, Aug. 27, 1901, Margaret Ellis, 2nd dau. of E. A. Dixon, of Colchester.
Author, Russia and Reform; Day by Day with the Russian Army; History of Russia; etc.
Died in New York, Apr. 17, 1949.
Brother of the above, etc.
(Schoolmasters' Directories; Burke, L.G.; Who's Who; The Times, Apr. 18, 1949.)
|Bernard PARES |
Approx. lifespan: 18671949
pens. Trinity College adm1885:05:12
3rd s. of John PARES (1851), of Westfield Southsea, Hampshire
b. Albury, Surrey 1867:[03:01]
Sch: Harrow School Harrow, [ Middlesex ]
MA 1893 . University Extension Lecturer:, London CB [ Cambridgeshire ] OX [ Oxfordshire ] and Liverpool, [ Lancashire ]
Reader in Modern Russian History, Sch: Liverpool University ((pl) )) [ Lancashire ] 1906-08
Sec. to: : Sch: School of Russian Studies 1906-17
Professor of: Russian History, Literature and Language Liverpool, [ Lancashire ] 1908-17
and of the same subjects at University of London, [ London ] 1919-36
Fellow of: : Sch: King's College London
Director of: : Sch: School of Slavonic and East European Studies 1922-39
Sec. of: : Anglo-Russian Committee in London 1909-14
Editor: Russian Review 1912-14
Attached as observer to the Russian Army, [ Russia ] 1914-17
(Russian Red Cross; Soldier's cross and medal of St George)
Attached to H.M. Ambassador in Petrograd, [ Russia ] 1917
White Lion of Czechoslovakia , 3rd class 1927
m. 1901:08:27 Margaret Ellis DIXON 2nd dau. of E. A. DIXON, of Colchester, [ Essex ]
Publ.: Russia and Reform; Day by Day with Russian Army ; History of Russia ; etc.
d. in New York 1949:04:17
brother of the above PARES
( Schoolmasters' Directories ; Burke, L.G.; Who's Who; The Times 1949:04:18)