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Asquith, Cyril, Baron Asquith of Bishopstonelocked

(1890–1954)
  • Robert Stevens

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Asquith, Cyril, Baron Asquith of Bishopstone (1890–1954), judge, was born at Eton House in what used to be John Street, Hampstead, on 5 February 1890. He was the fourth son and the youngest of the five children of the future prime minister, Herbert Henry Asquith, later ...

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