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British Conservative politician, prime minister

Anthony Eden is ...

Born 12 Jun 1897 in Durham
Died 14 Jan 1977 in Alvediston
Age79 years, 7 months
Causeliver cancer
Anthony Eden
Anthony Eden
For documentary purposes the German Federal Archive often retained the original image captions, which may be erroneous, biased, obsolete or politically extreme. Potsdamer Konferenz, Molotow, Byrnes, Eden Zentralbild Potsdamer (Berliner) Konferenz der führenden Staatsmänner der drei alliierten Mächte der UdSSR, Grossbritannien und der USA vom 17. Juli bis 2. August 1945 in Schloß Cecilienhof und Babelsberg. Ihr Ergebnis ist das Potsdamer Abkommen, das die völkerrechtlichen Grundfragen für den Aufbau eines friedlichen, demokratischen deutschen Staates und die Politik der Siegermächte gegenüber Deutschland festlegt. UBz: die Außenminister der drei Großmächte, W.M. Molotow, J.F. Byrnes und Anthony Eden in einer Tagungspause. Abgebildete Personen: Byrnes, James F.: Außenminister, USA Eden, Anthony Sir: Außenminister, Großbritannien Molotow, Wjatscheslaw Michailowitsch: Außenminister, Sowjetunion (GND 11873461X)

About Anthony Eden

Robert Anthony Eden, 1st Earl of Avon, (12 June 1897 – 14 January 1977) was a British Conservative politician who served three periods as Foreign Secretary and then a relatively brief term as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 1955 to 1957. Achieving rapid promotion as a young Member of Parliament, he became Foreign Secretary aged 38, before resigning in protest at Neville Chamberlain's appeasement policy towards Mussolini's Italy. He again held that position for most of the Second World War, and a third time in the early 1950s. Having been deputy to Winston Churchill for almost 15 years, he succeeded him as Prime Minister in April 1955, and a month later won a general election. Eden's worldwide reputation as an opponent of appeasement, a "man of peace", and a skilled diplomat was overshadowed in 1956 when the United States refused to support the Anglo-French military response to the Suez Crisis, which critics across party lines regarded as an historic setback for British foreign policy, signalling the end of British predominance in the Middle East. Most historians argue that he made a series of blunders, especially not realising the depth of American opposition to military action. Two months after ordering an end to the Suez operation, he resigned as Prime Minister on grounds of ill health and because he was widely suspected of having misled the House of Commons over the degree of collusion with France and Israel. Eden is generally ranked among the least successful British prime ministers of the 20th century, although two broadly sympathetic biographies (in 1986 and 2003) have gone some way to redressing the balance of opinion. Biographer D. R. Thorpe described the Suez Crisis as "a truly tragic end to his premiership, and one that came to assume a disproportionate importance in any assessment of his career."