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Such is Birmingham's gratitude to Joseph Chamberlain that its citizens held the biggest birthday party in their history to mark his 70th birthday in July 1906.
In 1895 Joseph Chamberlain accepted office as Secretary of State for the Colonies under Lord Salisbury, and gained a great reputation in that post.
Joseph Chamberlain asked him in a private letter - but not opportunistic.
By 1875, Joseph Chamberlain had become one of the most popular men ever to live in the region but that year subjected him to more personal trauma than he could handle.
Despite dying a month shy of the outbreak of World War I in 1914, Sir Joseph Chamberlain is still said to have a presence in the building.
A cartoon mocking Joseph Chamberlain statue in Birmingham from a cartoon in The Dart in 1887 (above); political figures from Birmingham, including Joseph Chamberlain in The Dart in 1885 (far left) and (left) a cartoon of John Bright and a Zulu warrior from in 1882
JCC GETS A GLOWING OFSTED REPORT Having celebrated its best ever exam results a few months ago, Joseph Chamberlain College is celebrating again after a glowing Ofsted Inspection.
Joseph Chamberlain transformed Birmingham as mayor in the 1870s
The former site of Joseph Chamberlain Sixth Form College now offers views to the city centre.
So, if the Palace of Westminster considers Joseph Chamberlain surplus to requirements, should the state be brought to Birmingham on long-term loan?
Carl looks at the life of legendary Birmingham MP Joseph Chamberlain AT EXACTLY midday on Saturday, July 7, 1906, all the factories and shops in Birmingham closed in honour of both the 70th birthday of Joseph Chamberlain and of the 30th year of his continuous representation as a MP for the city.