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  1. It gives his occupation as politician. (National Records of Scotland, 1995/781/44) Prime Minister, 1963-1964 Alexander Frederick Douglas-Home was born in London on 2 July 1903, the son of Charles Douglas-Home, 13th earl of Home and Lilian Lambton. After Oxford and a cricket tour with the MCC he became involved in the family's estates at the ...

  2. Alec Douglas-Home, 1963. Alexander Frederick (Alec) Douglas-Home, baron Home av Hirseln, född 2 juli 1903 i Mayfair, London, död 9 oktober 1995 i Coldstream, Scottish Borders, var en brittisk politiker inom Konservativa partiet och Storbritanniens premiärminister 1963 – 1964. [ 1][ 2] Han var utrikesminister 1960 – 1963 och 1970 – 1974 .

  3. Alexander "Alec" Frederick Douglas-Home, 14. jarl af Home, senere baron Home af Hirsel (født 2. juli 1903, død 9. oktober 1995) var en britisk jarl og konservativ politiker, der fungerede som premierminister i lige under et år fra 19. oktober 1963 til 16. oktober 1964. Han overtog posten fra sin partifælle Harold Macmillan, der måtte ...

  4. Sir Alec Douglas-Home adalah salah satu tokoh politik dalam Dewan Rakyat Inggris. Tidak hanya itu, ia juga dikenal sebagai perdana menteri pada tahun 1963-1964. [1] Tokoh politik ini lahir pada tanggal 2 Juli 1903 di Mayfair , London , Inggris . [1]

  5. Alec Douglas-Home (born 2nd July 1903) is a British Conservative politician living in exile in Canada. Home was born in July 2, 1903 in 28 South Street in Mayfair, London. His father was Charles Douglas-Home who was known as Lord Dunglass. As a man of privilege, Home would get money from his family to enroll in private schools at Ludgrove and into colleges such as Eton College and Christ ...

  6. アレック・ダグラス=ヒューム. ヘイゼルのヒューム男爵アレクサンダー・フレデリック・ダグラス=ヒューム ( 英語: Alexander Frederick Douglas-Home, Baron Home of Hirsel 、 1903年 7月2日 - 1995年 10月9日 )は、 イギリス の 政治家 、 貴族 。. 同国第66代 首相 (在任 ...

  7. After renouncing his title (and becoming Sir Alec Douglas-Home until he returned to the Lords as a life peer) he remained in Downing Street for a year until the 1964 election.