Sir Denison Ross urges the BBC to stop offending Muslims and the Chinese

By Angel Lambo|January 10, 2017|Uncategorized|0 comments

Sir Edward Denison Ross had a much decorated career before becoming the School of Oriental Studies’ first director in 1916. He famously spoke thirty languages from the then called ‘Far East’ and spent almost two decades travelling India and Central Asia. His obituary in the School’s bulletin read “he contributed more than any Englishman of his generation to the encouragement of Oriental studies in this country.” Ross was well regarded

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