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|Member of Parliament
for St. John—Albert
March 1940 – June 1949
|Preceded by||Allan McAvity|
|Succeeded by||Daniel Aloysius Riley|
|Born||Douglas King Hazen
30 September 1885
Fredericton, New Brunswick
|Died||4 July 1974(aged 88)|
|Political party||National Government
Douglas King Hazen (30 September 1885 – 4 July 1974) was a Progressive Conservative party and National Government member of the Canadian House of Commons. He was born in Fredericton, New Brunswick and became a barrister by career.
He was first elected to Parliament under the National Government (Conservative) party banner at the St. John—Albert riding in the 1940 general election after an unsuccessful campaign there as a Conservative in 1935. He was re-elected in 1945 as a Progressive Conservative for another term then defeated in the 1949 election by Daniel Aloysius Riley of the Liberal party.
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