Ernest Bevin

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Noun1.Ernest Bevin - British labor leader and statesman who played an important role in diplomacy after World War II (1884-1951)
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Peter Ernest Bevan was jailed for 14 months after he also threatened to load naked photos of the woman on the internet and bombarded her with messages.
But it was when he began working for the National Union of Public Employees in his late twenties that he began collecting and his collection began with the first volume of Ernest Bevan's Biography by Alan Bullock.
As Ernest Bevan, minister of labour, said in 1944: "Without them the nation would have been starved and defeated.