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As early as 1946 the Attorney-General Sir Hartley Shawcross attacked " the campaign of calumny and misrepresentation which the Tory Party and the Tory stooge press has directed at the Labour government.
However in 1946, when Sir Miles Clifford arrived as governor, there were no air services, no roads outside Stanley and an indifferent sea service.
Sir John Northcott, the first Australian-born person appointed as Governor ( 1946 – 1957 ). The governor is required by the Constitution Act, 1902.
Coincidentally the first Australian-born Governor, Sir John Northcott on 1 August 1946, was also the first Australian-born Governor of any state.
Michael Foot's elder brothers were Sir Dingle Foot MP ( 1905 – 1978 ), a Liberal and subsequently Labour MP ; Hugh Foot, Baron Caradon ( 1907 – 1990 ), a Governor of Cyprus, a representative of the United Kingdom at the United Nations from 1964 to 1970, and father to campaigning journalist Paul Foot ( 1937 – 2004 ) and charity worker Oliver Foot ( 1946 – 2008 ); and Liberal politician John Foot, Baron Foot ( 1909 – 1999 ).
* 1946 – The British Cabinet Mission, consisting of Lord Pethick-Lawrence, Sir Stafford Cripps and A. V. Alexander, arrives in India to discuss and plan for the transfer of power from the British Raj to Indian leadership.
* Robertson, Sir Charles Grant Chatham and the British Empire Yourself History Series, ( London: The English Universities Press, Ltd., 1946, 1959 ).
Sir Walter Winterbottom CBE ( 31 January 1913 – 16 February 2002 ) was the first manager of the England football team, serving from 1946 until 1962.
* 1941 – 1946: Sir David Petrie ( b. 1879 – d.
* 1946 – 1953: Sir Percy Sillitoe ( b. 1888 – d.
It was founded in 1946 by the ornithologist and artist Sir Peter Scott, initially as the Severn Wildfowl Trust.
The reserve was the first WWT centre to be opened, on 10 November 1946, thanks to the vision of artist and naturalist Sir Peter Scott.
Sir Fred Allen captained all of his 21 matches for New Zealand, including six Tests, between 1946 and 1949.
Sir Paul Smith, CBE, RDI, ( born in Beeston, Nottinghamshire on 5 July 1946 ) is an English fashion designer, whose business and reputation is founded upon his menswear.
* Prof. Sir Kenneth Clark KCB ( 1946 – 49 )
The British Hit Singles & Albums noted that it was " formed in 1946 by Sir Thomas Beecham, who wanted a first rate ensemble that would attract the country's top musicians.
In 1946, Sir Thomas Beecham founded the RPO, which played its first concert in Croydon on 15 September of that year.
On 13 March 1946, Lindsay wrote to Sir Walter Moberly, chair of the University Grants Committee ( UGC ), suggesting the establishment of a college “ on new lines ”.
* 1945 – 1946: Lieutenant-General Sir Bernard Cyril Freyberg, VC, KCB, KBE, CMG, DSO ***
* 1946 – 1951: Lieutenant-General His Excellency Sir Bernard Cyril Freyberg, VC, GCMG, KCB, KBE, DSO ***
Dorothy Dunnett was married in 1946 to Sir Alastair Dunnett, editor of The Scotsman newspaper, and appears in his autobiography, Among Friends, 1984.
Sir Cameron Anthony Mackintosh ( born 17 October 1946 ) is a British theatrical producer notable for his association with many commercially successful musicals.
* Sir J. H. Clapham 1940 – 1946
* Sir Idris Bell 1946 – 1950

1946 and Winston
* 1946 – Stan Winston, American special effects artist, makeup artist, and director ( d. 2008 )
* The Sinews of Peace Winston Churchill speech in 5, March, 1946, warning about the advance of communism in central Europe.
European federalism originated in post-war Europe ; one of the more important initiatives was Winston Churchill's speech in Zurich in 1946.
* 1946 – The Council of Europe is founded following a speech by Winston Churchill at the University of Zurich.
This term had been used during World War II by German Propaganda Minister Joseph Goebbels and later Count Lutz Schwerin von Krosigk in the last days of the war ; however, its use was hugely popularised by Winston Churchill, who used it in his famous " Sinews of Peace " address March 5, 1946 at Westminster College in Fulton, Missouri:
With statements such as Winston Churchill's 1946 call for a " United States of Europe " becoming louder, in 1949 the Council of Europe was established as the first pan-European organisation.
* John F. Kennedy, the future U. S. president worked as a reporter at the Chicago Herald-American after serving in the Navy during World War II in 1945, where he covered the United Nations Conference held in San Francisco and the elections that ousted Winston Churchill in 1946 from London.
In a speech delivered on 9 September 1946 at the University of Zürich, Switzerland, Winston Churchill postulated a United States of Europe.
In 1945, the Soviet Union brought most of the countries of Eastern Europe and Central Europe under its influence as part of the post-World War II settlement, prompting Winston Churchill to declare in a speech in 1946 at Westminster College in Fulton, Missouri that:
Winston Churchill made his famous " Sinews of Peace " ( Iron Curtain ) speech in Fulton at Westminster College in 1946.
Former British Prime Minister Winston Churchill in 1946 condemned Stalin for cordoning off a new Russian empire with an " iron curtain ".
Harris, who was promoted to Marshal of the RAF by the Labour Government in 1946, was persuaded to accept a baronetcy when Winston Churchill became Prime Minister in 1953.
Therefore, with the agreement of the Prime Minister ( Clement Attlee ) and the Leader of the Opposition ( Winston Churchill ) in 1946, both Orders returned to the personal gift of the Sovereign.
* The Sinnews of Peace Recording of Winston Churchill's speech in 5, March, 1946, warning about the advance of communism in central Europe
The Special Relationship is a phrase used to describe the exceptionally close political, diplomatic, cultural, economic, military, and historical relations between the United Kingdom and the United States, following its use in a 1946 speech by British statesman Winston Churchill.
In August 1943, with the agreement of the Combined Chiefs of Staff, Winston Churchill appointed Admiral Lord Louis Mountbatten as Supreme Allied Commander South East Asia, a post he held until 1946.
In a speech delivered on 19 September 1946 at the University of Zürich, Switzerland, Winston Churchill postulated a United States of Europe.
Highlights of his first term as governor included overseeing the implementation of a new Missouri state constitution in 1946, creation of the Missouri Department of Revenue, and welcoming international statesman Winston Churchill to Fulton, Missouri for the famous Iron Curtain speech at Westminster College.
Stanley Winston ( April 7, 1946 – June 15, 2008 ) was an American visual effects supervisor, makeup artist, and film director.
Stan Winston was born on April 7, 1946, in Arlington, Virginia, where he graduated from Washington-Lee High School in 1964.
The Russian activity in Eastern Europe formed the basis of Winston Churchill's speech on 5 March 1946 in Fulton, Missouri, where he spoke of an " Iron Curtain " being drawn from Stettin on the Baltic Sea, to Trieste on the Adriatic Sea.
* Winston Churchill ( 1946 )
Westminster College was the site of Sir Winston Churchill's famous " Iron Curtain " speech in 1946 and is now the site of the Winston Churchill Memorial Museum, housed in the basement of a relocated London church designed and built by Christopher Wren.

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