Lloyd George


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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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Lloyd George has taken the Bill up, but so have many before now, and we are where we are; but trust to find myself mistaken.
Among the injured, a policeman suffered a fractured skull in the mass violence that erupted during the visit of David Lloyd George - the future Liberal Prime Minister - on December 18, 1901.
I WAS very interested in the ballot result: 'Who is the Greatest North Walian?' Owain Glyndwr first, Lloyd George second.
David Lloyd George was a truly inspirational political genius.
THE country home David Lloyd George used when he was Prime Minister is up for sale at PS2million.
David Lloyd George was already notorious for his womanising but now a 95-year-old peer has revealed how he enjoyed "measuring" her when she was a land girl at his farm.
That was all to change on May 30, 1929, however, when Megan Arfon Lloyd George was elected Liberal MP for Anglesey.
In 10 episodes, lasting a total of two-and-a-half hours, Elvey would tell the story of David Lloyd George: The Man Who Saved the Empire.
If so, this criteria would have disqualified Franklin Roosevelt, Lyndon Johnson, Bill Clinton and in British politics that political giant David Lloyd George to name but a few.
Lloyd George and the Appeasement of Germany, 1919-1945.
THE David Lloyd George Memorial Lecture has been a feature of the Criccieth Festival since 1992.