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This is the sequel to The Young Lloyd George and describes the career of David Lloyd George from 1902 to 1911, in the time before the First World War.
The book contains much important new information and also quotes from his brilliant speeches, made during this time. The portrait as a whole is very sympathetic to Lloyd George, without being unduly flattering. It gives a vivid and fair impression of him in relation to his leading contemporaries, and as an outstanding figure of the Edwardian era.
With photographs and diagrams in black and white, this edition is in very good condition with just some fading and wear at the top and tail of the spine. Internally as new.
- Grigg, John, 1924-2001
- Very good
- Eyre Methuen Ltd
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