Lloyd George became Prime Minister at a crucial point in the history of this country. Britain had reached the apogee of its military power but was facing a new and most deadly threat to its survival at sea. At home the Liberal party to which Lloyd George belonged was bitterly divided. Unrest in Ireland, with all its dangerous implications, was a growing menace. Grigg's account reveals the extent of Lloyd George's innovations in government and their impact on traditional Britain. Here we see one of the most resourceful leaders of modern times in brilliant action, transforming his country in pursuit of victory.
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The first three volumes of John Grigg's life of Lloyd George (The Young Lloyd George, The People's Champion and From Peace to War - all available in Penguin paperback) have established him as one of the greatest political biographers of the century. This is his last book, which he had almost completed before his death on 31st December 2001. Margaret MacMillan, prize-winning author of Peacemakers, has written the Afterword which completes the book.
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Book Description Penguin Books, 2003. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0140284273