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D. H. Lambert › Texts

Short Name: D. H. Lambert
Full Name: Lambert, Daniel Henry, 1852-1930
Birth Year: 1852
Death Year: 1930

Born in January, 1852. Died November 11, 1930. An English Esperantist, solicitor and linguist, Lambert translated Shakespeare's Macbeth and Julius Caesar into Esperanto. He was a government censor during the Great War. He was one of the seven founding members of the British Esperanto Association. (from the Esperanto Wikipedia, based in turn upon Enciklopedio de Esperanto, 1934)


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