Knowledge Identifier: +Ralph_Miliband
Born in 1924.
Countries: United Kingdom (62%), Belgium (23%), (15%)
Linked to: Acton Technical College, Brunel University, Labour Party, University of Cambridge
She was embarrassed by having to work in this profession, hiding it from her neighbours, but required the extra income due to the economic troubles of the Great Depression during the 1930s
Miliband was born in Belgium, to working class Polish-Jewish immigrants, but Miliband and his father fled to Britain in 1940 to avoid persecution from the invading Nazi Germany
After three years' service in the Royal Navy during the war, Miliband resumed his studies at the LSE and graduated with a First in 1947
Miliband was on the British New Left during the 1950s, alongside the likes of E. P. Thompson and John Saville, with whom he launched the "New Reasoner" and the "New Left Review"
In 1961, Miliband published "Parliamentary Socialism", which examined the role that the Labour Party played in British politics and society
He left the LSE in 1972, having found himself torn by the controversies which had beleaguered the institution over the preceding few years, to take up the post of Professor of Politics at the University of Leeds
His younger son, Ed, was elected a Labour MP for the Doncaster North seat in 2005