Born on August 25th 1944, Conrad Moffat Black is a renowned writer, publisher and historian who, at one point in his life, was the third largest media mogul in the world. He used to man Hollinger International Inc, which along with affiliates, launched major publications such as the Chicago Sun Times (United States), The Daily Telegraph (United Kingdom), National Post (Canada), Jerusalem Post (Israel) and other newspapers in North America. Born and raised in Montreal, Canada, Conrad Black graduated from the Toronto private school Thornton Hall and went to college at Carleton University. He then studied at Osgoode Hall Law School, but graduated from Universite Laval in 1970 and earned his Master of Arts degree in History from McGill University.

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The Invincible Quest, a biography of the controversial US leader Richard Nixon, was written by historian and media entrepreneur Conrad Black.

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Conrad Black, founder of the National Post and the Chicago Sun Times, renounced his citizenship as a Canadian to become British.

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