The Times/1931/News/Death of Professor Hewins

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Death of Professor Hewins  (1931) 
Source: The Times, Tuesday, Nov 17, 1931; Issue 45982; pg. 14; col F — Death Of Professor Hewins
Death of Professor Hewins

Professor W. A. S. Hewins, the economist, died suddenly last night at his home in Chester-square, London. Professor Hewins, who was educated at Wolverhampton and Pembroke College, Oxford, sat as M.P. for Hereford Division from 1912 to 1918. He served as Under-Secretary for the Colonies in Mr. Lloyd George's first Coalition Government during the War, and was at one time Secretary and later Chairman of the Tariff Commission. He was also a director of the London School of Economics from 1895 to 1903, and teacher of modern economic history in the University of London.

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