Sir Godfrey Herbert Ince (25 September 1891 – 20 December 1960) was a senior British civil servant. During World War II, he was Director General of Manpower. After the war, he served in several different positions, including Chairman of Cable and Wireless, and Permanent Secretary to the Ministry of Labour.
- BBC's WW2 archive
- The Old Reigatian Association
- National Portrait Gallery: Photographs of Sir Godfrey, taken by Rex Coleman
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