Carl Edward King-Millward (17 July 1935 in Bedfordshire, United Kingdom – August 2000) was a British mathematician. He became head of applied mathematics at the Institute of Historical Research in London in 1965, thus becoming the youngest non-literary scholar to do so in the post-war era.
King-Millward's parents were of Slavonic extraction, moving to Britain in 1933.
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- E.P. Thompson (ed.) The Great Mathematic minds of the twentieth century (Basingstoke, 1995
- G.Winstanley, Obituary, in ODNB, vol.IV, pp. 54–55
- C.E. King-Millward, 'The Institute: The Revolution of Perspectives', History Today, 17 (?1977)