Description - Lloyd George by Ian Packer
One of the most charismatic and controversial of British politicians, David Lloyd George had a profound impact on the country as a Welsh radical, as an Edwardian social reformer and as "the man who won the war". Lloyd George was centrally involved in all the major national issues of the early 20th century, and in the aftermath of World War I he played a crucial role at the Versailles peace conference and on the world scene of the early 1920s. Students hoping to understand the politics of the period that ushered in the British experience of the welfare state, and, through the emergencies provoked by the Great War, should find Packer's book a useful aid. This work is intended for students on undergraduate courses on 20th-century British history, for the general reader interested in British political history, and for A level students of 20th-century British history.
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Author Biography - Ian Packer
DR IAN PACKER is Senior Lecturer in the Faculty of Media and Humanities at the University of Lincoln, UK.