- A NY Doll Goes From Rags to Riches, and Back to Rags With a Clothing Line
- By the late-'60s, Mr. Mizrahi and his family had journeyed from home to the not-so-distant land of Queens, and, finding himself installed at least near Manhattan, he set about making himself into a legend.
- Baron Avro Manhattan's South Shields past revealed from auction sale
- The colourful past of a baron who lived in a Tyneside terraced house has emerged from an auction sale - in which fabrics representing a time capsule to our past will go under the hammer. Italian-born Baron Avro Manhattan was a friend of Picasso, George ...
- The Baron who ended his days in a South Shields terraced house
- He was writer Baron Avro Manhattan who, with his baroness wife, Anne, was an intriguing figure of culture and charisma in the town until his death 25 years ago.
- Baron and friend of Picasso spent years living in modest South Shields
- Baron Manhattan was also made a Knight of Malta in the Second World War, having been jailed in Italy for refusing to fight for Mussolini's Fascist forces. While imprisoned in the Alps he wrote his first book on astronomy. Once free Mr.
- Ostatnie tango w Schlafmeile
- Ciekawostką w kontekście konfliktu imperialnego Kościołów wchodniego i zachodniego o jakim barwnie i kontrowersyjnie pisali Józef Mackiewicz i Avro Manhattan niech będzie przytoczony przez Mitrochina fakt, że "odrodzony" w 1943 roku z poduszczenia ...
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