William Henry Samuel Jones malaria was instrumental in the downfall of the classical civilizations of Greece and Rome.(8 April 1876 – 4 February 1963) was a British writer, translator, and academic. He was nicknamed Malaria Jones, because of his theory that
Jones was born and raised in Birmingham, and educated at Aston Grammar School and King Edward's School, Birmingham. He entered Selwyn College, Cambridge in 1894, graduating B.A. 1897, M.A. 1902, Litt.D. 1925. He taught Classics at The Perse School in Cambridge, and was appointed a Fellow of St Catharine's College, Cambridge in 1908, serving the college as Dean, Steward and Bursar, and President. He wrote two histories of the college, published in 1936 and 1951.
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