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Lloyd George: a diary
Frances Lloyd George
by (3 Fitzroy Sq., W.1), Hutchinson and Co. (Publishers) Ltd. in London
Written in English
|Statement||by Frances Stevenson; edited by A. J. P. Taylor.|
|Contributions||Taylor, A. J. P. 1906- ed.|
|LC Classifications||DA566.9.L5 L475|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 338 p., 9 plates.|
|Number of Pages||338|
|LC Control Number||76877964|
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Find more information about:. Frances Stevenson's diaries show both Lloyd George as politician and wartime leader, and a more intimate view in his relationship with Frances. The book is, as one would expect, sympathetically edited by A J P Taylor, with detailed footnotes explaining other personalities mentioned.5/5(1).
Get this from a library. Lloyd George: a diary. [Frances Lloyd George; A J P Taylor] -- Written between and by the secretary and wife of the famous British Prime Minister, the book offers insight into both Lloyd George as a man and statesman and into the politics in which he.
Frances Stevenson was Lloyd George's private secretary and devoted (not worshipful) mistress for some 30 years. Her diary is thus a unique historical document: a detailed, candid picture of the most paradoxical and elusive of 20th century English politicos.
Tantalizingly incomplete, with large abrupt gaps which too often come at the most critical junctures of his career e.g., the Irish. Lloyd George: A Diary, starting at $ Lloyd George: A Diary, has 1 available editions to buy at Half Price Books Marketplace.
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Buy Lloyd George: a diary First American Edition by Frances Lloyd George (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible s: 2. This diary is from a collection of the papers of William George, David Lloyd George's brother, which was purchased by the library in This important archive contains over letters by Lloyd George to his brother, as well as a series of 11 diaries that he kept during the early years of his political career.
This diary is one of a series kept by David Lloyd George while he was working as a solicitor in Criccieth. It is, perhaps, the most fascinating, as it was written just as Lloyd George was on the brink of launching into a political career.
The diary contains lengthy entries giving details of Lloyd George's personal life and public activities. 7 Lloyd George was in touch with Theodore Roosevelt during the presidential campaign, cf.
Lloyd George to Mrs Lloyd George, 16 Oct.in Morgan, Kenneth O. (ed.), Lloyd George: family letters, c. – (Oxford and Cardiff, ), p. David Lloyd George's other diaries.
Diary,Jan.-Nov; The Diary of the Calvinistic Methodists forbearing brief entries for July-December, ; Pocket note-book bearing brief diary notes for the whole of the year, some in shorthand, ; Loose papers bearing diary entries, fairly complete, some in detail, ; Detailed diary entries written on the.
Abstract. In the autumn ofLloyd George paid a visit to Germany. He had first been there 28 years before, in Now as then, his ostensible purpose was to study social and economic conditions, on this occasion to see for himself the radical measures that were spectacularly solving unemployment and that were so similar to his own proposals for a ‘New Deal’ in Britain.
As you walk through the Members Lobby in the House of Commons the outer doors to the Chamber are flanked by large statues of Britain’s two wartime prime ministers. The most familiar is Winston Churchill the hero of the World War Two.
The other less familiar is of David Lloyd George, the wartime prime minister from to Like Churchill a controversial figure, his reputation was thus. Lloyd George decided to publish the Memoirs inwhen General Frederick Maurice published a book called Intrigues of War, in which he accused Lloyd George of lying to Parliament about the strength of the army in Consequently, Lloyd George employed Major-General ED Swinton as a research assistant (), and also set his principle.
David Lloyd George, 1st Earl Lloyd-George of Dwyfor, OM, PC (17 January – 26 March ) was a Welsh statesman who served as prime minister of Great Britain from to He was the final Liberal to hold the post of Prime Minister, but his support increasingly came from the Conservatives who finally dropped him.
Lloyd George was a first language Welsh speaker, born on 17 January. The diary was kept irregularly, but fortunately most of it covers the key periods of Lloyd George's life. Starting inthree quarters of it is taken up with his years in power. Lloyd George 20 British prime ministers of the 20th century 20th Century PM Series British Prime Ministers Life&Times Series Life× Series Lloyd George, Hugh Purcell, ISBNAuthor: Hugh Purcell: Edition: illustrated: Publisher: Haus Publishing, ISBN:Length: pages: Subjects.
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Lloyd George; drawing by David Levine In his Preface to these diaries, A. Taylor remarks that Lloyd George was called the Welsh Wizard by his admirers and the Goat by those who mistrusted him.
It may be so. Taylor is the doyen of modern British history. Lloyd George a Diary Book Summary: Written between and by the secretary and wife of the famous British Prime Minister, the book offers insight into both Lloyd George as a man and statesman and into the politics in which he was involved.
Click to read more about Lloyd George: a diary by Frances Stevenson. LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for bookloversAuthor: Frances Stevenson.The meaning of the phrase is disputed because, although it was attributed to Lloyd George, it was recorded in the diary of his second wife and former mistress Frances Stevenson.Frances Lloyd George, Countess Lloyd-George of Dwyfor, CBE (née Stevenson 7 October – 5 December ) was the mistress, personal secretary, confidante and second wife of British Prime Minister David Lloyd George.
Frances Louise Stevenson was born in was the daughter of a Lowland Scottish father and a mother of mixed French and Italian extraction.