David Lloyd George

  • Nobility Title: 1st Earl Lloyd-George of Dwyfor
  • Welsh

Liberal Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 1916 to 1922. - AsNotedIn


Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
1908/00/00 David Lloyd George works as Chancellor of the Exchequer from 1908 to 1915. Chancellor of the Exchequer 11, Downing Street Sw1 London
1915/05/25 Lloyd George becomes Minister of Munitions, leaving office 9 July 1916. Prime Minister War Office, London London
1916/00/00 David Lloyd George becomes Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, working until 1922. Prime Minister 10, Downing Street Sw1 London
1917/07/17 Prime Minister David Lloyd George, who had worked with Churchill since 1904, brings him out of the "political wilderness" and appoints him Minister for Munitions. Prime Minister War Office, London London
1918/03/23 Lloyd George and Henry Wilson dine with Churchill. In his diary Wilson described Churchill as "a real gem in a crisis." Prime Minister 27-41, Eccleston Square Sw1 Eccleston Square
1918/09/14 PM Lloyd George is suffering from a high temperature. Last night it was announced his condition was satisfactory. Latest advice says he is attacked by influenza, now has a high temperature. All appointments for his tour have been cancelled. Sickened Influenza Pandemic of 1918
1919/06/28 Treaty of Versailles is signed, ending the of war between Germany and the Allied Powers. British Delegate Chateau de Versailles Palace and Park of Versailles Treaty of Versailles
1921/12/06 Anglo-Irish Treaty is signed in London by representatives of the British government (including PM David Lloyd George, head of the British delegates) and by representatives of the Irish Republic including Michael Collins and Arthur Griffith. UK PM Anglo-Irish Treaty of 1921
1923/10/25 The Brown Hotel opens to its first guest, David Lloyd George Visitor Brown Hotel Building and Theater Louisville, KY
1940/05/08 After a two days of debating, including being criticized by Admiral of the Fleet Sir Roger Keyes and Lloyd George but supported by Churchill, Neville Chamberlain's government loses a confidence vote in the House of Commons. Member of Parliament House of Commons Palace of Westminster United Kingdom Enters World War II
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