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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ECLECTIC MIX: Clockwise from top left: Vivien Leigh, Richard Dimbleby, Peter Cushing, Norman Parkinson, Mary Leakey, Shankly, Benjamin Britten, David Lloyd George, Elizabeth David and John Archer
mind-boggling to us to think that the meeting between David Lloyd George and Adolf Hitler ever took place at all.
Expect plenty of truth at this year's David Lloyd George Lecture.
FOND MEMORIES: Jennifer, left, tells her story to Ffion Hague, pictured with husband William AFFAIR: David Lloyd George later married Frances Stevenson UNUSUAL UPBRINGING: Jennifer as a young woman
Glyn House, a former hideaway for David Lloyd George, pictured right in 1914, is up for sale for PS550,000
AN exhibition celebrating the life of David Lloyd George has been unveiled in Cardiff exactly 150 years after his birth.
1945: David Lloyd George, who laid the foundations of the Welfare State and led Britain through the First World War, died at the age of 82.
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Conwy County Cllr Margaret Lyon is worried at the activity at West Shore pond in Llandudno beside the White Rabbit statue unveiled by ex-Prime Minister David Lloyd George.
1921: David Lloyd George became the first British Prime Minister to occupy Chequers, a country mansion in Buckinghamshire, presented to the nation as a gift by Lord Lee of Fareham.
Former PM David Lloyd George died on this day in 1945, aged 82
In the world of politics, David Lloyd George became Prime Minister in December.