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The Religious Affiliation of Influential British Politician
From: "Philip Noel-Baker" article in Wikipedia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Philip_Noel-Baker; viewed 8 July 2005):
Noel-Baker was born to a Canadian-born Quaker father, Joseph Allen Baker, who moved to England to set up a manufacturing business... Initially educated in the US at the Quaker-associated Haverford College, he attended King's College, Cambridge from 1910 to 1912... During the World War I, Noel-Baker organised and commanded the Friends' Ambulance Unit attached to the fighting front in France (1914-1915)...
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