It's something he believes he shares with Edward Grey
, the former Foreign Secretary he depicts in a project for BBC Two.
Similarly, the British Foreign Minister, Sir Edward Grey
, argued that he had "come to think that no human individual could have prevented it.
Inspiration comes from a famous remark made on the eve of the outbreak of war by the then foreign secretary, Sir Edward Grey
, who said: "The lamps are going out all over Europe; we shall not see them lit again in our lifetime.
Sir Edward Grey
made a fine speech and explained the situation.
The Lights Out event was inspired by a speech given by the then-foreign secretary Sir Edward Grey
on the eve of the war, when he declared: "The lamps are going out all over Europe; we shall not see them lit again in our lifetime.
Similarly, British Foreign Minister Sir Edward Grey
argued that he had "come to think that no human individual could have prevented it.
In 1914, while Kaiser Wilhelm II did not want war, some important Britons did, including Churchill and, disastrously, Britain's Foreign Secretary, Sir Edward Grey
The junior usher was Edward Grey
Davis, cousin of the bride, of Tupelo.
Professor Ben Sheldon of the Edward Grey
Institute at the University of Oxford said: "We have been studying great tits at Wytham Woods near Oxford since 1947 - the longest running study of its kind in the world, so we were very concerned when we first detected this disease in 2010.
, a lawyer who sexually humiliates his assistant, won him a brand new audience of appreciative fans who may not have watched him in his earlier films.
Lord Salisbury and Anthony Eden went on to become prime ministers, while Edward Grey
found himself eclipsed by the onset of the First World War.
Wawro derived the title of this massive study from British foreign secretary Sir Edward Grey
(1862-1933) who said, "The Arab Question is a regular quicksand.