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Allen, Reginald Clifford (1889 - 1939), Member of Executive League of Nations Union; Chairman of Executive of the Next Five Years Group

The “White Ribbon League of Nations” Meets Japan: The Trans-Pacific Activism of the Woman's Christian Temperance Union, 1906–1930

LUNN, Henry (Simpson) (1859 - 1939), JP Middlesex; Commander of Order of the Redeemer, Greece; Vice-President of the Liberal Council; Vice-President of League of Nations Union; Hon. President of the Anglo-Hellenic League, Athens; Fellow Royal Society of Medicine

Cecil, Edgar Algernon Robert (1864 - 1958), Chancellor of Birmingham University, 1918–44; Visitor St Hugh’s College, Oxon; President League of Nations Union, 1923–45; Hon. Life President, United Nations Association

MURRAY, (George) Gilbert (Aimé) (1866 - 1957), Regius Professor of Greek, Oxford University, 1908–36; Charles Eliot Norton Professor of Poetry, Harvard University, 1926; Trustee of British Museum, 1914–48; President: Society of Australian Writers, 1952; International Cttee of Intellectual Co-operation, 1928–40; Chairman League of Nations Union, 1923–38, Co-President since 1038

BISSET-SMITH, George Tulloch (1863 - 1922), (pen-name George Bizet); Civil Servant; Registration Examiner; Travelling Officer, Department of the Registrar-General for Scotland; Member of Council, Franco-Scottish Society and of League of Nations Union for Scotland; Vice-Chairman, Whitley Departmental Council; Founder of the Bizet Correspondence College of Authorship and Journalism

WILLIAMS, Aneurin (1859 - 1924), JP; MP (L) Plymouth, 1910; North-West Durham, 1914; Consett Division, 1918–22; Chairman of House of Commons Committee on Public Accounts, 1921 and 1922; Director, First Garden City, Ltd; Joint Hon. Secretary, Labour Copartnership Association; Member of Executive, League of Nations Union; Treasurer, Proportional Representation Society

JACKSON, George (1843 - 1931), JP; late Member of General Medical Council (Direct Representative); late President, Incorporated Medical Practitioners’ Association, and of Plymouth Medical Society, President, South-Western Branch, British Medical Association, 1904–05; Vice President Poor Law Medical Officers Association; late President, now Vice President and Member of Council Public Vaccinators Association; Hon. Treasurer, Plymouth Branch, League of Nations Union

PUGH, Arthur (1870 - 1955), JP; General Secretary of the Iron and Steel Trades Confederation and the British Iron Steel and Kindred Trades Association, 1917–36; Member Economic Consultative Committee League of Nations; Chairman, General Council of Trade Union Congress, 1925; Member Appellate Tribunal Military Service Act, 1939

Paget, Almeric Hugh (1861 - 1949), JP Suffolk and London; Knight of Justice of St John of Jerusalem; President, National Union of Conservative and Unionist Associations, 1928–29, 1940, and 1941, and of Eastern Provincial Division, 1909–46; Parliamentary Provincial Whip for Eastern and Home Counties since 1911; Hon. Fellow, Corpus Christi College, Cambridge; Governor, Guy’s Hospital; President, Miller General Hospital of Greenwich until 1948; late: Member of Council, Zoological Society of London, Treasurer, League of Nations Union, Joint Hon. Treasurer, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine

OTTLEY, Henry Bickersteth (died 1932), Hon. Canon of Canterbury; Brother of St Katharine’s Royal Chapel, Regent’s Park, 1911; Hon. Chaplain, Sunday Lay Movement, 1905; Hon. Secretary Imperial Sunday Alliance and London Sunday Defence Union, 1908–16; on Service (YMCA) with BEF, St Omer (O. in C., Club for British Officers), 1917; MM, 1917; and for Red Cross, 1918; League of Nations Union, 1920

ANDREADES, Andrew (1876 - 1935), Doctor of Law and of Political Science, Paris University; Fellow Academy of Athens: corresponding member Royal Economic Society, Academie des Sciences Morales et Politiques, Paris; Academy of Political Science, N. York; Bavarian Academy, Munich; Rumanian Academy, Bucharest: Institut d’Egypte, Cairo; Commander of the Legion d’honneur, of The Redeemer and of Leopold Orders; Grand Commander Crown of Italy and St. Sava of Serbia; Grand Cross Crown of Rumania and Civil Merit of Bulgaria; Dean Faculty of Law, Athens University; President Anglo-Hellenic League (Athens branch); Chairman of the Greek League of Nations Union

LAFONTAINE, Henri Marie (1854 - 1943), Attorney-at-Law; Professor of International Law; Lecturer at the Institute of High Studies of Belgium; former Senator (1894–1936) and Vice-President of the Senate; former Delegate of Belgium at the Assembly of the League of Nations (1920, 1921); Secretary-General of the Union of International Associations; Director of the International Bibliographical Institute, Brussels; President of the International Peace Bureau; member of the Interparliamentary Council (1927–32)


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Created in the United Kingdom at the end of World War I and superseded by the United Nations at the end of World War II, the League of Nations Union—or ...

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