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Tue 2 Sep 2014 @ 14:59

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Why Do the People Hate Me So?

The Strange Interlude

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ISBN-13: 9781848762398
Number of Pages: 434
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The era over which Stanley Baldwin presided became known as the 'Baldwin Age'. Yet, despite a dozen or so biographies and several portraits in the memoirs of the great and the good, he remains little remembered today. Nonetheless the country owed much to him.

The Great War of 1914-1918 had been the greatest conflict the world had known and that world had changed, robbed of its order, structure and beliefs; dictators came soon enough to replace the toppled monarchs. This biography details the many challenges Baldwin faced during his life.
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