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Who is Alexander Baron?
Alexander Baron was a British author and screenwriter. He is best known for his highly acclaimed novel about D-Day entitled From the City from the Plough and his London novel The Lowlife.
- also known as Joseph Alexander Bernstein, J. Alexander Baron
- born on (97 years ago) in Maidenhead, child of Barnet Bernstein
- nationality: England
- education: Hackney Downs School
- profession: Screenwriter, author
- Marriage with Delores Salzedo since
- died on (16 years ago) in Hampstead
- written works: "Queen of the East", "Franco is dying", "The golden princess", "From the city, from the plough", "Gentle folk", "Seeing life", "Rosie Hogarth", "King Dido", "With hope, farewell", "The wine of Etna"
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— Alexander Baron, A Bit of Happiness [Six Granada Plays], ...
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Alexander, William Elphynston, in Scotland Calendar; Alexander Baron Elphinstone Elphinstone, in IGI (Edinburgh, Midlothian); Agnes Elphinstone, in IGI (Tranent ...
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