Campbell-Bannerman

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Camp·bell-Ban·ner·man

 (kăm′bəl-băn′ər-mən, kăm′əl-), Sir Henry 1836-1908.
British politician who was the Liberal Party leader during the Boer War (1899-1902) and later served as prime minister (1905-1908).

Campbell-Bannerman

(ˈkæmbəlˈbænəmən)
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(Biography) Sir Henry. 1836–1908, British statesman and leader of the Liberal Party (1899–1908); prime minister (1905–08), who granted self-government to the Transvaal and the Orange River Colony
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The building, complete with unique cage life, was home of the city's Education Board for decades and, before that, the residence of Sir Henry Campbell-Bannerman, Britain's Liberal Prime Minister between 1905 and 1908.
The report submitted in 1907 to British Prime Minister Sir Henry Campbell-Bannerman emphasized that the Arab countries and the Muslim-Arab people living in the Ottoman Empire presented a very real threat to European countries, and it recommended the following actions:
In 1874, the house and estate was bought by Sir James Campbell, Lord Provost of Glasgow and father of PM Sir Henry Campbell-Bannerman.
Sir Henry Campbell-Bannerman achieved which political office in 1905?
Formerly the family home of Sir Henry Campbell-Bannerman, the first Glasgow-born Prime Minister, from 1905 until 1908, the Edwardian building has kept many of its original features and space inside your room just simply won't be an issue.