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Trevor Huddleston

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Trevor Huddleston

Media  From 15/6/1913  To 20/4/1998

Categories: Race Issues, Religion

Countries: South Africa

Bishop and archbishop. Born Ernest Urban Trevor Huddleston in Bedford. Ordained in 1937, he became the Bishop of Masai, Tanzania, then the Bishop of Stepney, London, and eventually the second Archbishop of the Church of the Province of the Indian Ocean. He is particularly remembered for his anti-apartheid activism. His book 'Naught for Your Comfort', reflects his experiences in South Africa.

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