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London Economic Conference

London Economic Conference (1933)

London Economic Conference (1933)

DAVSON, Edward (died 1937), Chairman British Empire Producers’ Organisation; Representative of the Colonies and Protectorates on Imperial Economic Committee; member of Colonial Development Committee; Vice-Chairman Barclay’s Bank (DC and O); a Trustee of the Imperial Institute; a Governor of the Imperial College of Tropical Agriculture; Government Adviser on Colonial Trade to the Ottawa Conference, 1932, and Economic Conference, London, 1933; Chairman Federation of Chambers of Commerce of the British Empire, 1925–28 (Cape Town Congress, 1928); Chairman West Indies Conference, 1929; President Associated West Indian Chambers of Commerce, 1916–26; Member of the Empire Marketing Board, 1926–33 (Mission to West Africa, 1926, to East Africa, 1927)

MORGAN, Benjamin Howell (died 1937), Consulting Engineer; Vice-Chairman, Empire Economic Union; Member London Committee of Hong Kong University; Chief Technical Adviser Ministry of National Service, 1918; Technical Adviser, Labour Supply Depart, Ministry of Munitions, 1916–17; Member War Cabinet Sub-Committee on Labour, 1918; Member Women’s Employment Committee, 1917–18; Member Inter-departmental Hours of Labour Com., 1916–18; Member Imperial Conference Advisory Committee on Crown Colonies, 1923; Chairman, British Empire Producers Organisation, 1920–29

BORENIUS, Tancred (1885 - 1948), Professor of History of Art, University College, London, 1922–47; Lecturer since 1914; Secretary to the Diplomatic Mission notifying the independence of Finland to Great Britain, France, Belgium, Spain, Italy, and the Holy See, 1918; Temporary Diplomatic Representative of Finland in England, 1919; Secretary, Finnish Delegation to Economic Conference, London, 1933; Member of the Finska Vetenskaps Societeten, Helsingfors; Conseiller d’honneur of the Chambre Internationale des Experts d’art, Paris; Managing Director and Hon. Acting Editor, 1940–45, of The Burlington Magazine, Ltd; took the initiative to, and directed excavations of Clarendon Palace, near Salisbury, 1933; Commissioner for England, Leonardo da Vinci Exhibition, Milan, 1939; Hon. Secretary-General, Polish Relief Fund, 1939; Hon. Appeal Director, Finland Fund, 1940

 

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(1933).

The World Monetary and Economic Conference, commonly called the London Economic Conference, took place in the depths of the Great Depression, with fascism and communism on the rise and ...

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