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John Howard

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John Melbourne Howard was a British Conservative Party politician. Howard was educated at Whitgift School, South Croydon. He served in the Royal Navy, 1941-46, in minesweepers during World War II, holding the rank of sub-lieutenant. He worked as a chartered accountant. In the 1945 general election, Howard stood as a Liberal in Croydon North, coming third. He joined the Conservative Party and became a councillor on the London County Council (LCC) in 1949.… Read More

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CHILDHOOD

1913 Birth Born in 1913.

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1941 28 Years Old Howard was educated at Whitgift School, South Croydon. He served in the Royal Navy, 1941–46, in minesweepers during World War II, holding the rank of sub-lieutenant. … Read More

THIRTIES

1949 36 Years Old He joined the Conservative Party and became a councillor on the London County Council (LCC) in 1949.
1951 38 Years Old In 1951 he was Conservative candidate in Hammersmith North, without success.
1952 39 Years Old He became an alderman of the LCC in 1952 until 1954. In 1955, Howard was elected Member of Parliament for Southampton Test, defeating Labour high-flyer Tony Crosland.

FIFTIES

1964 51 Years Old He stood down in 1964.

LATE ADULTHOOD

1982 69 Years Old Died in 1982.
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