Albert Mansbridge (1876-1952)

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Albert Mansbridge (10 January 1876, Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England – 22 August 1952, Torquay, Devon) was an English educator who organised the adult education movement in Britain. He is best known for his part in founding the Workers' Educational Association (WEA) in England in 1903, serving as its first secretary until 1915.

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