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H. A. Gwynne

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Howell Arthur Keir Gwynne, CH (3 September 1865 – 29 June 1950) was a Welsh author, newspaper editor of the London Morning Post from 1911 to 1937. Early life He was the son of Richard Gwynne, a schoolmaster and his wife Charlotte Lloyd, born at Kilvey; Llewellyn Henry Gwynne was his brother. He attended Swansea Grammar School. Journalistic career Gwynne began his career as a foreign correspondent in the Balkans, and then became the Reuters news correspondent in Romania. Early in his career, Gwynne was part of the group of journalists and writers including also Rudyard Kipling, Perceval Landon, Julian Ralph and F.W. Buxton who helped start a newspaper, The Friend, for Lord Roberts for the British troops in Bloemfontein, the newly captured capital of the Orange Free State during the Boer War. Kipling and Gwynne remained friends for the rest of Kipling's life. Gwynne married Edith Douglas, daughter of Thomas Ash Lane, in 1907. In 19
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