Albu, AustenAlternative names
Born 1903; educated at Tonbridge School and City and Guilds College (Imperial College of Science and Technology); Works Manager, Aladdin Industries, Greenford, 1930-1946; Deputy President, Governmental Sub-Commission, Control Commission Germany, 1946-1947; Deputy Director, British Institute of Management, 1948; Labour MP for Edmonton, 1948-1974; Minister of State, Department of Economic Affairs, 1965-1967; Fellow of City and Guilds College and Imperial College; Chartered Engineer: died 1994.
From the guide to the ALBU, Austen Harry, 1903-1994, Labour MP, 1954-1974, (British Library of Political and Economic Science)
- Edmonton Middlesex England (as recorded)
- London England (as recorded)
- Enfield Middlesex England (as recorded)