1. Noel Coward was honored in recognition of his talents and service to his country when he was made a knight by England's Queen Elizabeth in 1970.
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4. Noel Coward wrote two volumes of autobiographical recollections, titled Present Indicative and Future Indefinite (1954).
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5. Noel Coward died on March 26, 1973 in Kingston, Jamaica.
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7. Noel Coward was an early admirer of the plays of Harold Pinter and backed Pinter's film version of The Caretaker with a £1,000 investment.
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10. Noel Coward had a 19-year friendship with Prince George, Duke of Kent, but biographers differ on whether it was platonic.
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11. In 2008 an exhibition devoted to Noel Coward was mounted at the National Theatre in London.
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12. Noel Coward was knighted in 1969 and was elected a fellow of the Royal Society of Literature.
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16. Noel Coward wrote and recorded war-themed popular songs, including "London Pride" and "Don't Let's Be Beastly to the Germans".
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17. Noel Coward toured, acted and sang indefatigably in Europe, Africa, Asia and America.
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18. Noel Coward thrived during the Great Depression, writing a succession of popular hits.
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29. At the outbreak of the Second World War Noel Coward volunteered for war work, running the British propaganda office in Paris.
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