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Lloyd George

, David First Earl of Dwyfor. 1863-1945.
British politician who, as chancellor of the exchequer (1908-1915) and prime minister (1916-1922), introduced many social reforms, including a national health insurance program.

Lloyd George

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(Biography) 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)

Lloyd` George′

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David, 1st Earl of Dwy•for (ˈdu vɔr) 1863–1945, British prime minister 1916–22.
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lt;B David Lloyd George, pictured in 1914, had a reputation for womanising
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.
Aolf me ge SIGNED photograph of Adolf Hitler given to former prime minister David Lloyd George personally by the Nazi leader is to go hammer.
It is mind-boggling to us now to think that the meeting between David Lloyd George and Adolf Hitler ever took place at all.
1913: Suffragette Emmeline Pankhurst was sentenced to three years for inciting supporters to place explosives at the London home of David Lloyd George.
During the 1928 National Eisteddfod held in Treorchy, the pinnacle of the Welsh cultural calendar, former Prime Minister David Lloyd George - himself a proud Welshman - was among the thousands of visitors to attend, accompanied by his wife Megan.
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.
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.
Directed by North East-born Maurice Elvey in 1918, the Life Story of David Lloyd George will be shown in Durham on January 15.
On This Day: 1913: Suffragette Emmeline Pankhurst went on trial for a bomb attack on the home of David Lloyd George, Chancellor of the Exchequer.
Asquith and David Lloyd George, just as the stage coach inn had become obsolete by the era of "the Edwardian weekend" made possible by express trains and motor cars.