British Politicians 1906-1914

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A Levels History Mind Map on British Politicians 1906-1914, created by harlequins on 05/10/2014.

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British Politicians 1906-1914

Annotations:

  • Politicians that had a prominant role in Britain 1906-1914
1 Liberals
1.1 H. Campbell-Bannerman

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  • -Head of the Liberal party 1836-1903 -Prime minister from 1905-1908 -Reunited liberal party and won a general election in 1906 with huge majority
1.2 J. Chamberlain

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  • -part of the radical wing of the liberal party but broke away in 1886 due to his opposition of home rule -Leading figure in Liberal Unionists allied with Conservatives (resigned from Balfour's government)
1.3 H.H. Asquith

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  • -Succeeded Campbell-Bannerman as prime minster in 1908 until 1916 -Replaced by Lloyd George in 1916 due to the fact he was not making changes that were needed during the war
1.4 D. LLoyd George

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  • -Became prominent for opposition to Boer war -President of Board of Trade (liberal) in 1906 -Chancellor of the Exchequer in 1908
1.5 W. Churchill

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  • -Previously Conservative, became a Liberal in 1904 -President of Board of Trade 1908-1910 (replaced Lloyd-George) -Appointed home secretary in 1910 -Appointed First Lord of the Admiralty in 1911
2 Conservatives
2.1 A.J. Balfour

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  • -Conservative prime minister in 1902 -Huge miscalculations contributed to the liberal landslide -Resigned as conservative leader following a 'Balfour must go' campaign
2.2 A. Bonar Law

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  • -Succeeded Balfour as leader of Conservatives in 1911 -Supported Ulster Unionists in opposition to Home Rule -Prime minister 1922-1923
3 Monarchy
3.1 Edward VII

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  • -Queen Victoria's eldest son, he succeeded her to the throne in 1901 -Edwardian Era named after him -King from 1901 until death in 1910
3.2 George V

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  • -King from 1910-1936 -Created enough peers to stop the second constitutional crisis, even though was originally against doing so

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