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Norman de Mattos Bentwich

Born:
21 Adar I 5643 (28 February 1883)
Died:
13 Nisan 5731 (08 April 1971)

Basic Information

Unique reference:
BEN5109
Gender:
Male

Birth

Date of birth:
21 Adar I 5643 (28 February 1883)

Death

Date of death:
13 Nisan 5731 (08 April 1971)
Died in combat?:
No

Places

Schools

Name:
St Pauls School
Name:
Trinity College, Cambridge

Other Organisations

Name:
Jewish Historical Society of England
Significance:
President
Name:
Jewish Committee for Relief Abroad
Significance:
Vice President
Name:
National Peace Council
Significance:
Chairman
Name:
United Restitution Organisation
Significance:
Chairman
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Wikipedia Page

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Family

Spouse

Other surname / Maiden name:
Franklin

Siblings

Lilian Ruth Bentwich (female)
Nita Rosalind Bentwich (female)
Marjorie Bentwich (female)
Murial Bentwich (female)
Dorothy Bentwich (female)
Naomi Bentwich (female)
Thelma Marie Bentwich (female)
Hebe Rachel Bentwich (female)
Carmel Bentwich (female)
Joseph Solomon Bentwich (male)

Parents

Father: Herbert Bentwich (male)
Mother: Susanna Bentwich (female)

Military Record

Military service:
Special Services
Rank at discharge/death:
Captain
Assignments
Regiment:
Camel Trans Corp
Posting:
Egypt
Medals:
Military Cross
Regiment:
Special Services
Battalion/unit:
Senior Judicial Officer
Posting:
British Military Administration in Palestine

Other Occupations

Type of employment:
Lawyer
Type of employment:
Chair of International Relations
Organisation:
Hebrew University, Jerusalem

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