Recollections of Parliament by H. Carr-Gomm. Three letters from WinstonChurchill (1874-1965) to Carr-Gomm. A note by Carr-Gomm on his father and thetreatment of the Indians by the rubber companies in Putumayo, Peru. Allphotocopies.
GOMM HUBERT WILLIAM CULLING CARR1877-1939 MP
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- Dates of Creation1903-1930
- Language of MaterialEnglish.
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Hubert William Culling Carr-Gomm 1877-1939
Carr-Gomm was educated at Eton and Oriel College, Oxford. He was Liberal MPfor the Rotherhithe Division of Southwark, 1906-1918. Carr-Gomm was alsoAssistant Private Secretary to Sir Henry Campbell-Bannerman, 1906-1908, and a2nd Lieutenant in the 3rd Volunteers Battalion of The Queen's R. W. SurreyRegiment, 1901. During World War I (1914-1918) he was Captain in 2/22ndBattalion of the London Regiment (The Queen's) from 1914 to 1917; he servedin France, 1916, and Salonika, 1917.
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