From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. George Alfred George-Brown, Baron George-Brown,  PC ; 2 September 1914 – 2 June 1985), was a British Labour Party politician who served as Deputy Leader of the Labour Party from 1960 to 1970 and held several Cabinet roles under Prime Minister Harold Wilson, including Foreign Secretary and ...
George Brown, Baron George-Brown (1914–1985), Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs; United States. George Brown (Rhode Island politician) (1746–1836), lieutenant governor of Rhode Island; George Houston Brown (1810–1865), New Jersey politician; George William Brown (mayor) (1812–1890), mayor of Baltimore, Maryland
George Alfred George-Brown, Baron George-Brown, PC , was a British Labour Party politician who served as Deputy Leader of the Labour Party from 1960 to 1970 and held several Cabinet roles under Prime Minister Harold Wilson, including Foreign Secretary and First Secretary of State.
George-Brown (Also known as) Surname: Brown: Forenames: George Alfred: Gender: Male: Date: 1914-1985: Title: Baron George-Brown: History: Politician. Labour MP for Belper 1945-1970....
George Alfred Brown, Baron George-Brown. (1914-1985), Labour politician; Foreign Secretary. Sitter in 22 portraits. Prominent 1960s Labour politician; Deputy Leader of the Labour Party (1960-4); Secretary of State for Economic Affairs (1964-6); Foreign Secretary (1966-8). Created Baron George-Brown in 1970.
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Shortly before his departure from the role of Foreign Secretary, George Brown reported to the Defence and Oversea Policy Committee that the ructions over Article 3 of the NPT would be "particularly awkward for us as potential members of EURATOM and the E.E.C." De Gaulle's second "Non!"