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Foreword by Dr John Sentamu, Archbishop of York Prince Albert Karl Marx Sir Moses Montefiore Jenny Lind Baron de Reuter Carl Rosa James Abbott McNeill Whistler Lady Randolph Churchill Joseph Conrad John Singer Sargent Lord Sinha Sir Henry Wellcome Lord Rutherford Walter Richard Sickert Ludwig Wittgenstein Lord Cherwell Melanie Klein Lady Astor Lord Beaverbrook Marina Duchess of Kent Learie Constantine Air Chief Marshal Sir Keith Park Lydia Lopokova Nikolaus Pevsner Professor Peter Medawar Alec Issigonis CLR James Berthold Lubetkin Freddie Mercury Friedrich von Hayek Sam Wanamaker Ralph Miliband Karl Popper Hugo Gryn Georg Solti Isaiah Berlin Yehudi Menuhin Maria Hollan Eva Neurath Bernie Grant Lord Hamlyn Ernst Gombrich W G Sebald Martin Esslin Joseph Rotblat Stewart Steven Lady Mary Henderson Charles Forte Michael Hamburger Clement Freud Ralf Dahrendorf Squadron Leader Mahindra Singh Pujji Lucian Freud Basil D'Oliveira
How the culture and life of the British people have been transformed by the contribution of immigrants in recent history.
Peter Unwin has contributed many obituaries to The Times since his retirement from the Diplomatic Service. In the course of his diplomatic career he served in Japan, the United States and Germany and, as ambassador, in Hungary and Denmark. From 1989 to 1993 he was a deputy secretary general of the Commonwealth. He has published several books, most notably Hearts, Minds & Interests: Britain's Place in the World and The Narrow Sea, a history of the English Channel.