Philip Vos KC, MA (Cantab) (1891-1948)
President, Cambridge University Liberal Club, 1914-5
From his final entry in Who’s Who:
VOS, Philip, K.C., 1937 ; b. 1891, 2ns s. of Jack Vos ; m. 1925, Esther, y. d. of late David Bloom ; one s. one d. Educ.: Owen’s School ; London School of Economics ; Caius College, Cambridge. Scholar and Research Student in Economics, Caius College, Cambridge, 1909-14 ; served European War, Lieut. Norfolk Regiment (Croix de Guerre, avec palme) ; Assistant Director of Priority, War Office, 1917-18 ; Barrister-at-law, Inner Temple, 1921. Publications: The Necessity for Capitalism, 1929 ; The Betrayal of the Nation, 1931 ; Various articles on economic and political subjects. Recreations: golf, gardening. Address: H5 and 6, Albany, W.1 ; The Dipperays, East Dean, Sussex ; 2 Hare Court, Temple, E.C.4.
[Died 6 Jan. 1948]
Source: Who Was Who, Volume IV – 1941-1950