Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
|Statement||Bentley Brinkerhoff Gilbert.|
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|ISBN 10||0713455586, 0713456279|
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David Lloyd George by Roy Hattersley is a very good biography about one of the great political figures of the twentieth century as well as being the last Liberal politician to be Prime Minister of the United Kingdom.4/5(43). Lloyd George book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Home; David Benedictus is an English-Jewish writer and theatre director, best known for his novels. His most recent work is the Winnie-the-Pooh novel Return to the Hundred Acre Wood (). It was the first such book in 81 years.4/5(1). David Lloyd George Lloyd George, David, 1st Earl Lloyd-George of Dwyfor Lloyd George was a brilliantly eloquent, forceful, and creative statesman, but he was often unscrupulous and opportunistic in his methods and widely mistrusted. David Lloyd George () was a liberal British statesman who became prime minister during World War I. After earning election to the House of Commons in , he was named chancellor of the exchequer in , and introduced health and unemployment benefits with the National Insurance Act of
David Lloyd George: The Great Outsider - Roy Hattersley - Google Books David Lloyd George was the authentic radical of British history who rose from his 'cottage bred' origins to become Prime Minister of Great Britain, acclaimed in as 'the man who won the war'. His career was built on charm, courage and energy. Robert Lloyd George is the author of several books, including David and Winston, a comparative look at Winston Churchill, also published by The Overlook Press. He has written extensively on global economics, specifically on the relationship between the economies of Cited by: 1. B ack in , an unholy row broke out between the outraged left and David Lloyd George's loyal corps of Welsh defenders, headed by Wales's own Prince Charles. The cause of the row was the Author: Miranda Seymour. Maybe the most striking thing about this book is Hattersley's distaste for Lloyd George, which becomes clearer with every chapter - and is an ironical reflection on its origins.