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Lieutenant Colonel Sir Stewart Gore-Browne smiling, in a portrait.

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Lieutenant Colonel Sir Stewart Gore-Browne smiling, in a portrait.
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Lieutenant Colonel Sir Stewart Gore-Browne smiling, in a portrait.
Lieutenant Colonel Sir Stewart Gore-Browne smiling, in a portrait.
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Lieutenant Colonel Sir Stewart Gore-Browne, DSO, (May 3, 1883 – August 4, 1967), called Chipembele by Africans, was a soldier, pioneer white settler, builder, politician and supporter of independence in Northern Rhodesia (now Zambia). Gore-Browne was born in London, England. His paternal grandfather was Sir Thomas Gore Browne, who had been governor of New Zealand and Tasmania. His paternal aunt was Ethel Locke King. During the First World War, Gore-Browne was sent to the Western Front, where he reached the rank of Lt.-Colonel and was awarded the Distinguished Service Order (DSO). Gore-Browne's political career began in 1935, when he was elected to Northern Rhodesia's Legislative Council. Gore-Browne represented one of seven constituencies of voters.

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