JJ Craik-Henderson

John Craik-Henderson

Professor John James Craik-Henderson (21 December 18903 December 1971) was a British Conservative Party politician.

Henderson was elected to the House of Commons at a by-election in 1940, as Member of Parliament for Leeds North East. He served in Parliament for the rest of World War II, and was replaced by the 1945 general election by Labour's Alice Bacon.



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