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  1. Arthur Henderson (13 September 1863 – 20 October 1935) was a British iron moulder and Labour politician. He was the first Labour cabinet minister, won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1934 and, uniquely, served three separate terms as Leader of the Labour Party in three different decades.

  2. Arthur Henderson (Glasgow, 13 de Setembro de 1863 — Londres, 20 de Outubro de 1935) foi um pacifista e político britânico. Foi agraciado com o Nobel da Paz de 1934, presidente da Conferência de Desarmamento da Liga das Nações. Biografia. Ele trabalhou como operário até entrar no Parlamento em 1903.

  3. Arthur Henderson (born September 13, 1863, Glasgow, Scotland—died October 20, 1935, London, England) was one of the chief organizers of the British Labour Party. He was Britain’s secretary of state for foreign affairs from June 1929 to August 1931 and won the Nobel Prize for Peace in 1934.

  4. Henderson was chairman of the parliamentary Labor Party, chief whip three times, president of the Board of Education (1915-1916) and paymaster-general (1916) in Asquith’s government, and in Lloyd George’s government a minister without portfolio, acting primarily as an adviser on labor questions.

  5. Arthur Henderson. Político britânico e um dos fundadores do Partido Trabalhista nascido em 1863, em Glasgow, e falecido em 1935, em Londres. Presidente da Conferência Mundial de Desarmamento (1932-33), em Genebra, foi galardoado com o Prémio Nobel da Paz em 1934.

  6. Arthur Henderson The Nobel Peace Prize 1934. Born: 13 September 1863, Glasgow, Scotland. Died: 20 October 1935, London, United Kingdom. Residence at the time of the award: United Kingdom. Role: ex-Foreign Secretary; President, Disarmament Conference in 1932.

  7. www.nobelpeaceprize.org › laureates › 19341934 - Nobel Peace Prize

    Arthur Henderson. for his untiring struggle and his courageous efforts as Chairman of the League of Nations Disarmament Conference 1931-34.