Sir Douglas Dodds-Parker (né le 5 juillet 1909 et mort le 13 septembre 2006) est un homme politique anglais et, pendant la Seconde Guerre mondiale, un dirigeant du service secret britannique Special Operations Executive.

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  • Sir Douglas Dodds-Parker (né le 5 juillet 1909 et mort le 13 septembre 2006) est un homme politique anglais et, pendant la Seconde Guerre mondiale, un dirigeant du service secret britannique Special Operations Executive.
  • Sir Arthur Douglas Dodds-Parker (5 July 1909 – 13 September 2006) was, successively, an imperial administrator, a wartime soldier involved in irregular warfare, and British Conservative Party politician.Between the wars, he served in the Sudan, in the prestigious Sudan Political Service. Once the war broke out, he joined the Special Operations Executive (SOE), but was returned to the Sudan to serve in the famous Gideon Force during the liberation of Ethiopia. After the East African Campaign, he served on SOE's planning staff in London, before taking command roles in the Mediterranean Theatre.In political life, he served twice as a Member of Parliament (MP). He was MP for Banbury from 1945 to 1959, holding three junior ministerial positions from 1953 to 1957. In particular, he was Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs through the Suez Crisis in 1956. Unlike Sir Anthony Nutting, who resigned as Minister of State at the Foreign Office, Dodds-Parker considered it his duty to remain in office even though he did not support the plan for Britain and France to invade Egypt under the pretext of separating the Egyptians from a prearranged invasion by Israel; he was, however, sacked from government in the following year. He stood down from his seat in the House of Commons in 1959, but returned to Parliament as MP for Cheltenham from 1964 to 1974.
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  • Sir Douglas Dodds-Parker (né le 5 juillet 1909 et mort le 13 septembre 2006) est un homme politique anglais et, pendant la Seconde Guerre mondiale, un dirigeant du service secret britannique Special Operations Executive.
  • Sir Arthur Douglas Dodds-Parker (5 July 1909 – 13 September 2006) was, successively, an imperial administrator, a wartime soldier involved in irregular warfare, and British Conservative Party politician.Between the wars, he served in the Sudan, in the prestigious Sudan Political Service. Once the war broke out, he joined the Special Operations Executive (SOE), but was returned to the Sudan to serve in the famous Gideon Force during the liberation of Ethiopia.
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