Frederick Woolton
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Born in Liverpool, Merseyside
Born on 23rd of August 1883
Died on 14th of December 1964

Born 1883. Died 1964 - English politician and businessman.

Studied at Manchester University, taught mathematics. Became Chairman of Lewis’s store in Manchester in 1935. During WWII had responsibility of making sure the nation was well nourished. Became Chairman of Conservative Party in 1946, credited with reorganising the Party which led to victory in 1951.

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