Sir Charles Wentworth Dilke, 2nd Baronet PC (4 September 1843 – 26 January 1911) was an English Liberal and Radical politician. A republican in the early 1870s, he later became a leader in the radical challenge to Whig control of the Liberal Party, making a number of important contributions, including the legislation increasing democracy in 1883-85, his support of the growing labour and feminist movements, and his prolific writings on international affairs. Touted as a future prime minister, his aspirations to higher political office were effectively terminated in 1885, after a notorious and well-publicised divorce case. His disgrace, and the alignment of Joseph Chamberlain with the Conservatives, greatly weakened the radical cause.

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  • Charles Dilke (1843 - 1911) fue un político británico, miembro del Partido Radical, secretario general del Foreign Office, miembro del gobierno de Gladstone. Republicano convencido, Sir Charles Dike era un opositor encarnizado de la Reina Victoria. (es)
  • Charles Dilke (4 septembre 1843 – 26 janvier 1911), 2e baronnet, est un homme politique britannique, de tendance radical, secrétaire général du Foreign Office, membre du gouvernement Gladstone. Volontiers républicain, Sir Charles Dilke était un opposant déterminé de la Reine Victoria. Il entreprit dans les années 1860 de glorifier l'impérialisme britannique, dont il fit l'éloge dans un ouvrage au grand retentissement, Greater Britain, publié en 1868. Son divorce en 1886 (et la campagne de presse contre lui de W. T. Stead) mit un terme définitif à sa carrière. * Portail de la politique britannique Portail de la politique britannique (fr)
  • Sir Charles Wentworth Dilke, 2. Baronet PC (* 4. September 1843; † 26. Januar 1911) war ein britischer Politiker der Liberal Party und der Radikalen innerhalb der Liberalen Partei. Bekannt wurde er durch einen Sensationsprozess um eine Scheidung, der 1885 seine Karriere beendete. (de)
  • Charles Dilke (1843 - 1911) foi um político británico, membro do Partido Liberal, e secretário geral do Foreign and Commonwealth Office. Participou do governo de Gladstone. Republicano por convicção, Sir Charles Dike foi um ferrenho opositor da Rainha Victoria. (pt)
  • Charles Dilke, właśc. sir Charles Wentworth Dilke, 2. baronet (ur. 4 września 1843, zm. 26 stycznia 1911) – brytyjski polityk, członek Partii Liberalnej, minister w drugim rządzie Williama Ewarta Gladstone’a. (pl)
  • Sir Charles Wentworth Dilke, 2nd Baronet PC (4 September 1843 – 26 January 1911) was an English Liberal and Radical politician. A republican in the early 1870s, he later became a leader in the radical challenge to Whig control of the Liberal Party, making a number of important contributions, including the legislation increasing democracy in 1883-85, his support of the growing labour and feminist movements, and his prolific writings on international affairs. Touted as a future prime minister, his aspirations to higher political office were effectively terminated in 1885, after a notorious and well-publicised divorce case. His disgrace, and the alignment of Joseph Chamberlain with the Conservatives, greatly weakened the radical cause. (en)
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  • Charles Dilke (1843 - 1911) fue un político británico, miembro del Partido Radical, secretario general del Foreign Office, miembro del gobierno de Gladstone. Republicano convencido, Sir Charles Dike era un opositor encarnizado de la Reina Victoria. (es)
  • Sir Charles Wentworth Dilke, 2. Baronet PC (* 4. September 1843; † 26. Januar 1911) war ein britischer Politiker der Liberal Party und der Radikalen innerhalb der Liberalen Partei. Bekannt wurde er durch einen Sensationsprozess um eine Scheidung, der 1885 seine Karriere beendete. (de)
  • Charles Dilke (1843 - 1911) foi um político británico, membro do Partido Liberal, e secretário geral do Foreign and Commonwealth Office. Participou do governo de Gladstone. Republicano por convicção, Sir Charles Dike foi um ferrenho opositor da Rainha Victoria. (pt)
  • Charles Dilke, właśc. sir Charles Wentworth Dilke, 2. baronet (ur. 4 września 1843, zm. 26 stycznia 1911) – brytyjski polityk, członek Partii Liberalnej, minister w drugim rządzie Williama Ewarta Gladstone’a. (pl)
  • Sir Charles Wentworth Dilke, 2nd Baronet PC (4 September 1843 – 26 January 1911) was an English Liberal and Radical politician. A republican in the early 1870s, he later became a leader in the radical challenge to Whig control of the Liberal Party, making a number of important contributions, including the legislation increasing democracy in 1883-85, his support of the growing labour and feminist movements, and his prolific writings on international affairs. Touted as a future prime minister, his aspirations to higher political office were effectively terminated in 1885, after a notorious and well-publicised divorce case. His disgrace, and the alignment of Joseph Chamberlain with the Conservatives, greatly weakened the radical cause. (en)
  • Charles Dilke (4 septembre 1843 – 26 janvier 1911), 2e baronnet, est un homme politique britannique, de tendance radical, secrétaire général du Foreign Office, membre du gouvernement Gladstone. Volontiers républicain, Sir Charles Dilke était un opposant déterminé de la Reine Victoria. Il entreprit dans les années 1860 de glorifier l'impérialisme britannique, dont il fit l'éloge dans un ouvrage au grand retentissement, Greater Britain, publié en 1868. Son divorce en 1886 (et la campagne de presse contre lui de W. T. Stead) mit un terme définitif à sa carrière. (fr)
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