David Lloyd George

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George, David Lloyd:

see Lloyd George, David, 1st Earl Lloyd-George of DwyforLloyd George, David, 1st Earl Lloyd-George of Dwyfor
, 1863–1945, British statesman, of Welsh extraction.
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Others honoured on the stamps are: Norman Parkinson - photographer Vivien Leigh - actress Peter Cushing - actor David Lloyd George - British Prime Minister Elizabeth David - cookery lecturer and author John Archer - photographer Benjamin Britten - classical composer Mary Leakey - archaeologist and anthropologist Richard Dimbleby - TV broadcaster.
The author's evenhandedness in dealing with Jews and Arab brings to mind an episode recorded by Ronald Storrs, the first British governor of Jerusalem, who in his memoirs described a meeting with the British Prime Minister David Lloyd George.
When historians look back on the activities of the pre-1914 Liberal Government in Great Britain, they are most likely to emphasize the manner in which David Lloyd George (as Chancellor of the Exchequer) and his colleagues laid the foundations of the twentieth-century "welfare state" in the form of old age pensions, government-operated labor exchanges, a system of contributory national health insurance, a pioneering program of unemployment insurance, and the earliest example of the progressive income tax.
PHOTOGRAPHS of David Lloyd George by Britain's first female war photographer will appear in a new online archive.
I FIND it quite shocking that in the year of the 100th anniversary of the start of the Great War and at a time when Wales is the focus point of the world's eyes that a statue of one of the leading figures of the time, David Lloyd George, is left in the shocking state it is (see picture).
Whom did David Lloyd George succeed as prime minister in 1916?
1913: Suffragette Emmeline Pankhurst was sentenced to three years for inciting supporters to place explosives at the London home of David Lloyd George.
And as National Poet for Wales, she's quite comfortable in a role normally more associated with politicians - giving this year's David Lloyd George Memorial Lecture.
r y The Welshman, who played the title role in BBC drama The Life and Times of David Lloyd George, also appeared in Doctor Who and The Last of the Mohicans.
ANSWERS: 1 Latex; 2 The Argonauts; 3 Seoul; 4 Richard Burton; 5 Red; 6 1605; 7 Boxing; 8 Lewis Carroll (pseudonym of Charles Lutwidge Dodgson); 9 Having ribs; 10 David Lloyd George.
Secretary to Prime Minister David Lloyd George and former owner of The Observer.
A WOMAN who is convinced she is the love child of philandering former Prime Minister David Lloyd George has spoken publicly for the first time.