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The Shakespeare Prize was an annual prize for writing or performance awarded to a British citizen by the Hamburg Alfred Toepfer Foundation. First given by Alfred Toepfer in 1937 as an expression of his Anglophilia in the face of tense international conditions, the prize was awarded only twice before the outbreak of World War II, to composer Ralph Vaughan Williams and poet John Masefield. The award resumed in 1967 following the visit of Queen Elizabeth to Germany and the last prize was awarded in 2006.

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  • Prémio Shakespeare
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  • O Prémio Shakespeare (em inglês: Shakespeare Prize) foi um prémio literário que era entregue aos cidadãos britânicos pela Fundação Alfred Toepfer. Foi atribuído pela primeira vez por Alfred Toepfer em 1937 como uma expressão da sua anglofilia, diante das tensas condições internacionais, sendo entregue apenas duas vezes ao compositor Ralph Vaughan Williams e ao poeta John Masefield, antes do início da Segunda Guerra Mundial. O prémio voltou a ser entregue em 1967, após a visita de Isabel II à Alemanha e foi entregue pela última vez em 2006.
  • The Shakespeare Prize was an annual prize for writing or performance awarded to a British citizen by the Hamburg Alfred Toepfer Foundation. First given by Alfred Toepfer in 1937 as an expression of his Anglophilia in the face of tense international conditions, the prize was awarded only twice before the outbreak of World War II, to composer Ralph Vaughan Williams and poet John Masefield. The award resumed in 1967 following the visit of Queen Elizabeth to Germany and the last prize was awarded in 2006.
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  • O Prémio Shakespeare (em inglês: Shakespeare Prize) foi um prémio literário que era entregue aos cidadãos britânicos pela Fundação Alfred Toepfer. Foi atribuído pela primeira vez por Alfred Toepfer em 1937 como uma expressão da sua anglofilia, diante das tensas condições internacionais, sendo entregue apenas duas vezes ao compositor Ralph Vaughan Williams e ao poeta John Masefield, antes do início da Segunda Guerra Mundial. O prémio voltou a ser entregue em 1967, após a visita de Isabel II à Alemanha e foi entregue pela última vez em 2006.
  • The Shakespeare Prize was an annual prize for writing or performance awarded to a British citizen by the Hamburg Alfred Toepfer Foundation. First given by Alfred Toepfer in 1937 as an expression of his Anglophilia in the face of tense international conditions, the prize was awarded only twice before the outbreak of World War II, to composer Ralph Vaughan Williams and poet John Masefield. The award resumed in 1967 following the visit of Queen Elizabeth to Germany and the last prize was awarded in 2006.
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