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Charles Trevelyan in United Kingdom

Sir Charles Trevelyan History

Politician first elected as a Liberal, he joined the Labour Party after the First World War, serving as President of the Board of Education between 1929-1931, when he resigned. He was briefly expelled from the Labour Party in 1939 for supporting a ‘Popular Front’ involving the Communists against the Nazis.

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