Wedgwood, Josiah Clement, Baron
- (1872–1943)British gentile Zionist. Wedgwood belonged to the famous Staffordshire pottery family and was a member of the House of Commons (Liberal then Labour) for thirty-six years until he became a peer in 1942. An outspoken Zionist supporter, he was influenced by JABOTINSKY and the Revisionist movement and criticized the Palestine policy of successive British governments. He advocated a Jewish State on both sides of the Jordan, as a self-governing member of the British Commonwealth, a concept worked out in his book, The Seventh Dominion (1928). In the early part of World War II, he supported the efforts of Jabotinsky and WEIZMANN to establish a Jewish brigade within the British army.
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