List of Old Harrovians

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

Politicians, civil servants, and royaltyEdit

Civil servants, intelligence officers, and policeEdit

Diplomatic ServiceEdit

Colonial Service and Imperial AdministrationEdit

Royal Household and ceremonial officersEdit

RoyaltyEdit

PoliticiansEdit

Prime Ministers and world leadersEdit

Political party leadersEdit

Cabinet members and parliament secretariesEdit

British MPsEdit

Foreign politicians and MEPsEdit

Other politiciansEdit

Activists, humanitarians, philanthropistsEdit

Other nobilityEdit

Naval and MilitaryEdit

Victoria Cross HoldersEdit

Twenty Old Harrovians have been awarded the Victoria Cross:[399]

ReligionEdit

Anglican clergyEdit

Catholic clergyEdit

Other clergyEdit

Theologians and religious scholarsEdit

ArtsEdit

Journalism and mediaEdit

Writers, poets, and philosophersEdit

ArchitectureEdit

Visual artsEdit

Arts directors and patronsEdit

Actors and personalitiesEdit

Media producers, directors and writersEdit

MusicEdit

Scientists and academicsEdit

Biologists, botanists and naturalistsEdit

Chemists and physicistsEdit

Engineers and inventorsEdit

Mathematicians and statisticiansEdit

Meteorologists, astronomers, and astronautsEdit

PhysiciansEdit

Educators and institution leadersEdit

Historians, antiquarians, archaologists, and geologistsEdit

SportsEdit

CricketersEdit

Bankers and economistsEdit

BusinessEdit

LawEdit

Adventurers, explorers, and mountaineersEdit

Collectors and numismatistsEdit

OthersEdit

Old Harrovians in fictionEdit

ReferencesEdit

Notes

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