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  • On that post he remained until the beginning of the German invasion of the Soviet Union. ...
  • On this post he remained until the end of hostilities. ...
  • At the post he remained until the end of the term of government, until August 2006. ...
  • The latter year he was appointed Governor of Bombay, in which post he remained until 1853. ...
  • On this post he remained until 12 January 1842. ...
  • In 1964 Pitt was appointed Vice-Chancellor of the University of Reading, in which post he remained until 1978. ...
  • In 1949 Del Mar was appointed principal conductor of the English Opera Group, in which post he remained until 1954. ...
  • The latter year Lumley-Savile was appointed Secretary to the Embassy in St Petersburg, in which post he remained until 1868. ...
  • In 1793 he was invested a member of the Privy Council, and appointed Governor of Madras, in which post he remained until 1797. ...
  • Best was admitted to the Privy Council in 1824 and appointed Chief Justice of the Common Pleas, in which post he remained until 1829. ...
  • In 1996 he was asked by the East Lancashire Training & Enterprise Council to become a non executive director, in which post he remained until 2000, when the councils were disbanded. ...
  • However, in 1950 Bustamante recommended that Grant be appointed watchman at the central Housing Authority (later the Ministry of Housing) in which post he remained until his death. ...
  • At the Restoration, Charles II raised him to the bishopric of Down and Connor (1660), in which post he remained until his death in 1667. ...
  • After many years service improving the line and developing the use of reinforced concrete, he was finally appointed as the railway's traffic manager in 1919, in which post he remained until his retirement on 31 December 1924. ...
  • Between 1959 and 1993, he taught in the history department at King's College London and was appointed Rhodes Professor of Imperial History in 1980, in which post he remained until his retirement. ...
  • In 1962 he was appointed the first Professor of Mathematical Statistics in the Statistical Laboratory, University of Cambridge; in which post he remained until his retirement in 1985. ...
  • Upon the personal request of John Jellicoe, 1st Earl Jellicoe, he was attached to Jellicoe's staff in 1919, and became the aide-de-camp to the Governor-General, a post he remained until 1924. ...
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