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"People had began to doubt whether or not Mr. Asquith had 'the will to win' the necessary determination to make all things work together to that end. There was no doubt in the case of Lloyd George. He had supported credit, he had supplied ammunition, he had inspired general confidence, he had reconciled the irreconcilable. The question arose whether or not the box seat on the coach of state should not be given to him."

This article concentrates primarily on the radical instinct and liberal leanings of Lloyd George, who is often remembered as the Prime Minister who laid the foundations of the British nanny-state.

In 1940 Lloyd George wrote an editorial in which he condemned the leaders of Europe for procrastinating rather than dealing with Hitler when Germany was still weak Click here to read it.

     


David Lloyd George (Vanity Fair, 1916)

David Lloyd George (Vanity Fair, 1916)

David Lloyd George (Vanity Fair, 1916)

David Lloyd George (Vanity Fair, 1916)

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