Historical Who is Who


1881 - 1944
United Kingdom


As Archbishop of Canterbury during World War 2, he was a central figure in British political establishment. He was at the same time a radical exponent of social democracy as indicated by his promotion of the Workers’ Education Association, the Student Christian Movement, and of the World Council of Churches.

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