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Who is Albert Mansbridge?
Albert Mansbridge was an English educator who was one of the pioneers of adult education in Britain. He is best known for his part in co-founding the Workers' Educational Association in England in 1903, serving as its first secretary until 1915.
- born on (140 years ago) in Gloucester
- education: King's College London
- died on (63 years ago)
- written works: "Arnold Toynbee", "The older universities of England: Oxford and Cambridge", "University tutorial classes"
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A Comprehensive, Practical and Authoritative Guide on All Matters Connected with Education, Including Educational Principles and Practice, Various Types of Teaching Institutions, and Educational Systems Throughout the World by Foster Watson
ALBERT MANSBRIDGE, Chairman of World Association for Adult Education. SIR PATRICK MANSON, G.C.M.G., P.R.S., D.Sc, M.D., PJLC.P., LL.D., formerly Medical ...
by Edward Page Gaston
Albert Mansbridge, 24, Buckingham ...
by William Dwight Porter Bliss
Albert Mansbridge, 24, Buckingham Street, Strand, London, W.C. WORKING- CLASS MORTALITY: According to the yearly returns for England and Wales, ...
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