JosephBard

 1882? b. Budapest, Hungary as József Diamant.
    An expatriate Hungarian Writer and Literary Editor.
    His background was Jewish and Croat.
    He settled in the United Kingdom, where he was later known as Joseph Bard.

 1913 Student in Paris.

 1915 Called up.

 1919 Correspondent for Reuters and Associated Press.

 1923  m. Dorothy Thompson in Vienna; honeymoon in Rome.

 1926 Arrived London. 
    First met Eileen Agar.

 1927 Divorced Dorothy.

 1928  Novel Shipwreck in Europe and short stories written in English.

 1929 Spring in the Basque country. 
     Wrote The Tale of a Child.

 1931 Publication of The Island, which he edited in collaboration with 
     Leon Underwood ->. It lasted 4 editions.

 1937 Holidays on The Fal River, Cornwall
    Max Ernst, Man Ray, Henry Moore, Irina Radetsky, Eileen Agar, 
    Leonora Carrington, Paul Eluard,Roland Penrose, Lee Miller,  
    Nusch, Ady Fidelin, Edouard Mesens, Joseph Bard 
    Later that summer visited Pablo Picasso with the group, in Mougins;  
    Affair with Nusch.

 1940 m. Eileen Agar. 
    He was a friend and supporter of Ezra Pound, with whom he corresponded when Pound 
    was confined to hospital

 1975? d. 


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