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H. G. Wells

Person  Male  Born 21/9/1866  Died 13/8/1946

Born Bromley, Kent. Wrote "The Time Machine", "The War of the Worlds", "The History of Mr Polly" (1909). Married twice but believed in and practised free love. Had many affairs, his mistresses including the novelists Rebecca West and Elizabeth von Arnim. Was a socialist and a member of the Fabian Society. Died at home at Hanover Terrace.

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H G Wells - Baker Street

The H.G. Wells Society H.G. Wells, author, 1866 - 1946, lived and worked her...

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H. G. Wells - Hanover Terrace

Greater London Council H. G. Wells, 1866 - 1946, writer, lived and died here.

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H. G. Wells - High Street Bromley - birth

Site of birthplace of H.G. Wells, born 21st. September 1866.

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H. G. Wells mural

The mural featured a portrait of Wells and pictorial references to some of hi...

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H. G. Wells - Sevenoaks

H.G. Wells writer lived in this house in 1894 whilst writing The Time Machine...

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