1st baron vansittart of denham



[van-sit-ert] /vænˈsɪt ərt/
noun
sir robert gilbert, 1st baron vansittart of denham, 1881–1957, british statesman and diplomat.
vansittart
/vænˈsɪtət/
noun
robert gilbert, 1st baron vansittart of denham. 1881–1957, british diplomat and writer; a fierce opponent of n-z- germany and of communism

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