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Free eBook A Question of Honour: The Life Of Lieutenant General Valentine Baker Pasha download ISBN: 0850524962
Author: Anne Baker
Publisher: Pen & Sword (August 1, 1996)
Language: English
Pages: 200
Category: Biography and Memoir
Subcategory: Historical
Size MP3: 1786 mb
Size FLAC: 1682 mb
Rating: 4.7
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She married Valentine Baker (1910–1979), and lives in Salisbury. A Question of Honour (1996), The Fall and Rise of Colonel Valentine Baker. From Biplane to Spitfire: The Life of Air Chief Marshal Sir Geoffrey Salmond (2003). Hannah White (21 May 2014). She turned 100 in May 2014. She received a merit award from the NSPCC at the charity's Salisbury fundraising branch on 28 April 2017 for more than 50 years of volunteer work. As of July 2019, Baker was still fundraising at the age of 10. .Morning Star (1972), The life of Florence Baker, wife of the explorer Sir Samuel Baker. Happy 100th for Anne".

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Includes bibliographical references (p. vii-viii) and index. Personal Name: Baker, Valentine, 1827-1887.

Publication, Distribution, et. London. Physical Description: xii, 180 . p. of plates : il. maps, ports ;, 24 cm. Title: Pen & Sword paperback. Includes bibliographical references (p. Corporate Name: Great Britain.

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Ygglune
This fascinating little book tells the life of Valentine Baker, once British General but exiled into the service of the Turkish and Egyptian governments. The story of Baker's family (his brother Samual was a famous African explorer) and his own personal travails is told against a backdrop of life in the British Army from the Crimea to Khartoum. Readers of other works on the individual battles will the find the whole story told here with a unique sense of continuity. The various adventures of British forces in the Crimea, Turkey and Egypt were not unrelated events but part of a foreign policy as complex and tortured as our own today.
Baker's own personal story is also fascinating, and his interaction with other famous figures of the time (the Prince of Wales, General Wolseley, Gordon, Gladstone, etc.) shows them in a very revealing light. Their relationship with Baker reveals their personal side, something lacking in most history books.
The only unfortunate thing about the book is that the author does not identify her relationship with the Baker family. One assumes she is somehow related to the subject of the book, based on it's dedication to her husband "Valentine Edward Baker". It would help to put the tale in perspective if we knew a bit more about her point of view.
Mr.Death
the authour appears to be a distant relative of the subject of this book. I gave the book four stars, not because of any real "depth" to the biography, but solely because of the relative dearth of biographies of this ill-served man, Valentine Baker. for a general outline of valentine baker's life, this is a good read. however, one hopes that someone will do some serious research into the man's life and write the definitive biography of a sad, unsung hero of the late 1800s.