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Donald Kaberry, Baron Kaberry of Adel, MC TD (18 August 1907 – 13 March 1991), known as Sir Donald Kaberry, 1st Baronet, from 1960 to 1983, was a Conservative Party politician in the United Kingdom. Kaberry was educated at Leeds Grammar School and became a solicitor (a partner in Ford and Warren, Leeds) and company director. He served as a councillor on Leeds City Council 1930-50, except for a period during World War II when he enlisted in the Royal Artillery and commanded a battery at Dunkirk, receiving a Mention in Despatches. The citation at National Archives indicates that the decoration was a Military Cross for "...a courageous example of calm leadership to all ranks." After the war he was, as lieutenant-colonel, president of the military governing board at Hamburg.

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  • Donald Kaberry, Baron Kaberry of Adel TD (* 18. August 1907; † 13. März 1991) war ein britischer Politiker der Conservative Party und Life Peer.
  • Donald Kaberry, Baron Kaberry of Adel, MC TD (18 August 1907 – 13 March 1991), known as Sir Donald Kaberry, 1st Baronet, from 1960 to 1983, was a Conservative Party politician in the United Kingdom. Kaberry was educated at Leeds Grammar School and became a solicitor (a partner in Ford and Warren, Leeds) and company director. He served as a councillor on Leeds City Council 1930-50, except for a period during World War II when he enlisted in the Royal Artillery and commanded a battery at Dunkirk, receiving a Mention in Despatches. The citation at National Archives indicates that the decoration was a Military Cross for "...a courageous example of calm leadership to all ranks." After the war he was, as lieutenant-colonel, president of the military governing board at Hamburg.
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  • 1907-8-18
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