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Alec Douglas-Home, Baron Home of the Hirsel

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The Right Honourable Alexander Frederick Douglas-Home, Baron Home of the Hirsel, K.T., P.C., disclaimed 14th Earl of Home

  • born: 2 July 1903
  • died: 9 October 1995

Known asEdit

  • 1903-1918: The Hon. Alec Douglas-Home
  • 1918-1931: The Hon. Alec Douglas-Home, commonly called Lord Dunglass
  • 1931-1945: The Hon. Alec Douglas-Home, commonly called Lord Dunglass, M.P.
  • 1945-1950: The Hon. Alec Douglas-Home, commonly called Lord Dunglass
  • 1950-1951: The Hon. Alec Douglas-Home, commonly called Lord Dunglass, M.P.
  • 1951-1951: The Earl of Home
  • 1951-1962: The Earl of Home, P.C.
  • 1962-1963: The Earl of Home, K.T., P.C.
  • 1963-1963: The Rt. Hon. Sir Alec Douglas-Home, K.T.
  • 1963-1974: The Rt. Hon. Sir Alec Douglas-Home, K.T., M.P.
  • 1974-1995: The Lord Home of the Hirsel, K.T., P.C.

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Preceded by:
The Viscount Swinton
Secretary of State for Commonwealth Relations
1955–1960
Succeeded by:
Duncan Sandys
Preceded by:
Selwyn Lloyd
Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs
1960–1963
Succeeded by:
Rab Butler
Preceded by:
Harold Macmillan
Prime Minister
1963–1964
Succeeded by:
Harold Wilson
Preceded by:
Michael Stewart
Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs
1970–1974
Succeeded by:
James Callaghan

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