List of Old Harrovians

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The following is a list of some notable Old Harrovians, former pupils of Harrow School in the United Kingdom.

Politicians, civil servants, and royalty[edit]

Civil servants, intelligence officers, and police[edit]

Diplomatic Service[edit]

Colonial Service and Imperial Administration[edit]

Royal Household and ceremonial officers[edit]

Royalty[edit]

Politicians[edit]

Prime Ministers and world leaders[edit]

Political party leaders[edit]

Cabinet members and parliament secretaries[edit]

British MPs[edit]

Foreign politicians and MEPs[edit]

Other politicians[edit]

Activists, humanitarians, philanthropists[edit]

Other nobility[edit]

Naval and military[edit]

Victoria Cross holders[edit]

Twenty Old Harrovians have been awarded the Victoria Cross:[397]

Religion[edit]

Anglican clergy[edit]

Catholic clergy[edit]

Other clergy[edit]

Theologians and religious scholars[edit]

Arts[edit]

Journalism and media[edit]

Writers, poets, and philosophers[edit]

Architecture[edit]

Visual arts[edit]

Arts directors and patrons[edit]

Actors and personalities[edit]

Media producers, directors and writers[edit]

Music[edit]

Scientists and academics[edit]

Biologists, botanists and naturalists[edit]

Chemists and physicists[edit]

Engineers and inventors[edit]

Mathematicians and statisticians[edit]

Meteorologists, astronomers, and astronauts[edit]

Physicians[edit]

Educators and institution leaders[edit]

Historians, antiquarians, archaeologists, and geologists[edit]

Sports[edit]

Cricketers[edit]

Bankers and economists[edit]

Business[edit]

Law[edit]

Adventurers, explorers, and mountaineers[edit]

Collectors and numismatists[edit]

Others[edit]

Old Harrovians in fiction[edit]

References[edit]

Notes

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