Noel-Baker, Philip John Noel-Baker, Baron
Philip John Noel-Baker Noel-Baker, Baron, 1889–1982, British statesman, b. Philip John Baker. After helping to draft (1919) the Covenant of the League of Nations, he served (1929–31, 1936–70) as a Labour member of Parliament and held cabinet posts (1946–50) under Prime Minister Clement Attlee. After World War II he helped draft the United Nations Charter and worked actively for world disarmament. He was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1959.
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