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|Howell Arthur Gwynne|
|Born|| 3 September 1865|
Kilvey, Wales, United Kingdom
|Died|| 29 June 1950 (aged 84)|
|Occupation||newspaper editor, author|
Howell Arthur Keir Gwynne, CH (1865-1950) was a British author, newspaper editor of the London Morning Post since 1911. He answered to the owner, Countess of Bathurst, a.k.a. Lady Bathurst, control of the paper having passed, in 1908 to the Countess, Lilias, (1871-1965), wife of Seymour Henry Bathurst, 7th Earl Bathurst (1864-1943).
- The Army on Itself (1904)
- The Cause of World Unrest (1920) (editor)
- The Will and the Bill (1923)
|Editor of the Morning Post|
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