David Eugene Henry Pryce-Jones (1936-) is a right-wing British author and commenter. Related, through his mother, to the French Rothschild banking family, he was born in Vienna. He and his family fled to Britain from France in 1940.
He was educated at Eton and read History at Magdalen College, Oxford, where he studied under A.J.P. Taylor. His relationship with Taylor was very antagonistic, with the two frequently getting into shouting matches.
He served as officer in the British Army of the Rhine. He has worked as a journalist and author. He was Literary Editor at the Financial Times 1959-61, and The Spectator from 1961-63.
M. Shahid Alam calls him an "able lieutenant" of the Orientalist Bernard Lewis.
Pryce-Jones can be judged by the company he keeps. He contributed a chapter, called "Muslim Immigration and the West" to the book called "Muhammad's Monsters", edited by the Israeli racist David Bukay.
Pryce-Jones is a first cousin, once removed, of Helena Bonham Carter (who was appointed to the newly-established UK Holocaust Commission in January 2014).
See this Wikipedia (English) article