Philip Noel-Baker

Philip John Noel-Baker, Baron Noel-Baker (1 November 1889 – 8 October 1982), born Philip John Baker, wis a Breetish politeecian, diplomat, academic, ootstaundin amateur athlete, an renained campaigner for disairmament. He carried the Breetish team banner an wan a siller medal at the 1920 Simmer Olympics in Antwerp, an received the Nobel Peace Prize in 1959.[1]

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The Lord Noel-Baker

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Meenister o Fuel an Pouer
In office
15 Februar 1950 – 31 October 1951
Precedit biHugh Gaitskell
Succeedit biOffice Abolished
Secretar o State for Commonweel Relations
In office
7 October 1947 – 28 Februar 1950
Precedit biThe Viscoont Addison
Succeedit biPatrick Gordon Walker
Personal details
BornPhilip John Noel-Baker
1 November 1889
Brondesbury Park, Lunnon
Dee'd8 October 1982(1982-10-08) (aged 92)
Alma materHaverford College
King's College, Cambridge
AwairdsNobel Peace Prize
Philip Noel-Baker
Medal record
Olympic Gemmes
Representin  Great Breetain
Siller medal – seicont place 1920 Antwerp 1500 m


  1. "Philip Noel-Baker; The Nobel Peace Prize 1959". The Nobel Foundation. Retrieved 21 October 2008.