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Austen Chamberlain

Austen ChamberlainAKA Joseph Austen Chamberlain

Born: 16-Oct-1863
Birthplace: Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
Died: 16-Mar-1937
Location of death: London, England
Cause of death: unspecified
Remains: Cremated, St. Marylebone Crematorium, E. Finchley Cemetery, London, England

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Occupation: Politician, Diplomat

Nationality: England
Executive summary: British pol, Nobel Prize recipient

Father: Joseph Chamberlain (d. 1914)
Mother: Harriet Kenrick
Mother: Florence Kenrick (stepmother after 1868)
Brother: Neville Chamberlain (half brother, Prime Minister of the UK)

    High School: Rugby School
    University: Trinity College, Cambridge University
    University: École des Sciences Politiques, Paris, France
    University: University of Berlin, Berlin, Germany
    Administrator: Rector, University of Glasgow (1925-28)

    UK Official First Lord of the Admiralty (1931)
    UK Foreign Secretary (1924-29)
    UK Leader of the House of Commons (1921-22)
    Lord Privy Seal (1921-22)
    Chancellor of the Exchequer (1919-21)
    UK Secretary of State for India (1915-17)
    UK Member of Parliament for Birmingham West (1914-37)
    Chancellor of the Exchequer (1903-05)
    UK Postmaster General (1902-03)
    UK Member of Parliament for East Worcestershire (1892-1914)
    Carlton Club
    Conservative Party (UK) Leader (1921-22)
    Nobel Peace Prize 1925

Appears on the cover of:
Time, 30-Nov-1925

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