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Jenks, Clarence Wilfredlocked

(1909–1973)
  • Elihu Lauterpacht

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Jenks, Clarence Wilfred (1909–1973), international lawyer and director-general of the International Labour Organization, was born on 7 March 1909 in Bootle, Lancashire, the son of Richard Jenks, an officer in the merchant navy, and his wife, Alice Sophia Craig. Jenks's father was lost at sea when ...

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