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Bevin

Ernest. 1881--1951, British Labour statesman and trade unionist, who was largely responsible for the creation of the Transport and General Workers' Union (1922): minister of labour (1940--45); foreign secretary (1945-- 51)
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Bevin needs to put a very high priority on providing a smooth exchange of information and enough enrollment assistants to help people find the right coverage.
We look forward to coordinating a transition plan with you to fulfill this objective," Bevin writes.
With relatively little documented about the role of Bevin Boys, Beamish Museum in County Durham is appealing for families to come forward with their recollections and memorabilia for their schools project exploring life on the Home Front.
Bevin was acutely aware of the need to protect the country's power supplies and decided to divert 48,000 military conscripts to work in the coal industry.
To get to today is a wonderful achievement - not for us but for Bevin Boys.
They were known as Bevin Boys when, in December 1943, Labour and National Service Minister Ernest Bevin devised a scheme to put a proportion of conscripts into the collieries rather than the armed services.
Matthew Bevin, president, accepted a bronze yacht bell from nearby Mystic River Foundry and InterPRO.
Military historian Bevin Alexander considers how the Chinese sage Sun Tzu's THE ART OF WAR has influenced Eastern warfare for over two thousand years--but didn't become widely known in the West until the 1970s when guerrilla forces in Vietnam used sun Tzu's axioms to defeat entire armies.
com)-- On Sunday, June 26, 2011, award-winning author and educator Teresa Bevin will host the official launch of her latest book, Papaya Suite.
Records of the British military intelligence unit MI5 reveal that a member of the Lehi pre-state militia confessed when captured by mandate authorities that a fellow Lehi member wanted to assassinate high-ranking British politicians, including Churchill and then-Foreign Secretary Ernest Bevin.
Blake Bevin created Power Laces Shoe in less than five months, with no formal electronics training.