Published January 1, 1983
by Goodread Biography .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||352|
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The Origins of the Second World War was received negatively in some quarters when it was published in The book set off a huge storm of controversy and debate that lasted for years. At least part of the vehement criticism was due to the confusion in the public's mind between Taylor's book and another book published in , Der Erzwungene Krieg (The Forced War) by the American historian Alma mater: Oriel College, Oxford. Taylor & Francis Group publishes books for all levels of academic study and professional development, across a wide range of subjects and disciplines including Humanities, Social Science, Behavioral Science, Law, and the Built Environment as well as Natural Science, Technology and Medicine. GP Taylor is a New York Times best selling author. His works include Shadowmancer, Wormwood, Tersias, The Curse of Salamander Street and The Tizzle Sisters. He lives on the banks of a river in the midst of a dark wood, an arrow's flight from the Prince Regent Hotel near the 'town at the end of the line'. Edward Plunkett Taylor. Edward Plunkett Taylor, "E.P.," businessman (b at Ottawa 29 Jan ; d at Lyford Cay, Bahamas 14 May ). Educated at McGill, Taylor joined the stockbroking firm MCLEOD, YOUNG, WEIR AND CO in Ottawa in , moving to Toronto in and becoming a director in In , through a series of mergers, Taylor formed the Brewing Corp of Canada Ltd (later Canadian.
The E. P. Taylor Study Pack contains: Biographies (1) words, approx. 2 pages Edward Plunket Taylor () was a Canadian-born financier and thoroughbred horse breeder who orchestrated the powerful Argus Corporation may say that Edward Plunket Taylor's most not. Written in collaboration with Taylor himself during his Bahamian retirement, E.P. Taylor is the fascinating story of the creation of one of Canada' greatest /5(2). E. P. Taylor was one of the greatest and most successful business figures of the 20th building an empire in the beer business in the '30s, Taylor went to Ottawa as one of the legendary "dollar-a-year men" during the Second World War. When the war ended, he turned his hand to putting together the biggest Canadian conglomerate of the time: the giant Argus. The E.P. Taylor Library & Archives is a leading Canadian centre for research in art. Our collections include over , volumes (including rare books and artist books), artist files, and art-related archives and special collections including the historical records of the AGO.