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  1. John Gilbert Winant OM (February 23, 1889 – November 3, 1947) was an American diplomat and politician with the Republican party after a brief career as a teacher in Concord, New Hampshire. John Winant held positions in New Hampshire, national, and international politics.

  2. 2 de nov. de 1993 · John Gilbert Winant Jr., who attracted international attention when he was captured by the Germans during World War II while his father was the United States Ambassador to Britain, died on Sunday...

  3. John Gilbert Winant was born in the East Side of New York City, New York, United States into a upper middle class family, with his father being a partner in a real estate firm.

    • 23 Feb 1889
    • John
    • 3 Nov 1947
    • Winant
  4. John G Winant Jr served as a pilot with the 390th Bomb Group. His father, John G Winant, was US Ambassador to Britain between 1941-1946. Winant was shot down on 10-Oct-43 in B-17 42-30262 'Tech Supply' and taken as a Prisoner of War (POW).

  5. President Franklin D. Roosevelt (FDR) appointed John ‘Gil’ Winant as Ambassador to Great Britain in early 1941.1 From then to the end of the Second World War, he helped to steady the Anglo-US relationship and repaired damages inflicted by Joseph Kennedy....

    • David Mayers
    • 2012
  6. 1 de nov. de 2000 · Influenced by the writings of Charles Dickens and John Ruskin and inspired by the examples of Lincoln and Theodore Roosevelt, he was as governor a forceful advocate of progressive reform initiatives, including a 48-hour work week for women and children, a minimum wage, and the abolition of capital punishment.

  7. Como Gobernador, El Sr. Winant jugó un papel decisivo para la creación en el Estado de un sistema de legislación social progresiva. Su inquietud social se hizo extensiva a todo el país al principio de la depresión cuando los problemas sociales en el ámbito nacional se hicieron cada vez más graves.