Lloyd George


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Lloyd George

David, 1st Earl Lloyd George of Dwyfor. 1863--1945, British Liberal statesman: prime minister (1916--22). As chancellor of the exchequer (1908--15) he introduced old age pensions (1908), a radical budget (1909), and an insurance scheme (1911)
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And like Vietnam, it divided the nation, with some screaming "Traitor!" as Lloyd George rose to speak.
Owain Glyndwr hoped for two Welsh Universities: Lloyd George (right), as Chancellor of the Exchequer, gave very important financial support to Aberystwyth, Cardiff and Bangor University Colleges.
During World War I, Lloyd George was Prime Minister.
A strongroom cellar with steel door, where Lloyd George locked away state papers and his art collection, has been turned into a home cinema.
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Daughter of a former Prime Minister, Megan Lloyd George's election saw her become the first woman in Wales to enter Parliament as a Member of the House.
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It would have been myopic to have denied Great Britain the services of Lloyd George during the Great War when as Minister of Munitions he used his unorthodox methods to ensure that adequate war supplies were delivered to the Western Front.
Lloyd George's visit to Hitler in Berchtesgaden in September of 1936 is well known, as is his proappeasement stance in the mid[degrees]1930s.
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29 April 2011 - Bank of Montreal (TSX:BMO; NYSE:BMO) said on Thursday it had finalised its takeover of Hong Kong investment manager Lloyd George Management.