High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Colonel Sir Robert
Arthur Johnson KCVO KBE (26 March 1874-2 March 1938) was a British
civil servant who served as Deputy Master and Controller of the
Royal Mint from 1922 to his death in 1938. The son of the Reverend
Arthur Johnson, historian and chaplain of All Souls College,
Oxford, Johnson was educated at Winchester College and New College,
Oxford, graduating with a first in History in 1897. He was
President of the Oxford Union. He joined the Scottish Education
Department as a junior examiner and in 1910 transferred to HM
Customs and Excise as Assistant Committee Clerk. He was
commissioned into the Volunteer Force in 1889 and served with the
41st Squadron, Imperial Yeomanry during the Second Boer War.
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