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  • #REDIRECT [[Clement Attlee]]
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  • | colspan="2" align="center" | '''The Right Hon. Clement Attlee''' '''Clement Richard Attlee, 1st Earl Attlee''', KG, OM, CH, PC, FRS (3 January 1883 – 8 October 1967) was [[prime mi
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  • This is a bibliography of major works on [[Clement Attlee]]. ...ms, Francis (1962) ''Twilight of Empire: Memoirs of Prime Minister Clement Attlee''. New York: Barnes. LCCN 62014979
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  • This is a list of external links on [[Clement Attlee]]. Retrieved on 2009-04-20. ...prime-ministers-in-history/clement-attlee Prime Minister's Office: Clement Attlee]
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  • This is a bibliography of major works on [[Clement Attlee]]. ...ms, Francis (1962) ''Twilight of Empire: Memoirs of Prime Minister Clement Attlee''. New York: Barnes. LCCN 62014979
    939 B (119 words) - 10:59, 8 August 2009
  • | colspan="2" align="center" | '''The Right Hon. Clement Attlee''' '''Clement Richard Attlee, 1st Earl Attlee''', KG, OM, CH, PC, FRS (3 January 1883 – 8 October 1967) was [[prime mi
    5 KB (747 words) - 12:38, 16 February 2011
  • #REDIRECT [[Clement Attlee]]
    28 B (3 words) - 12:59, 8 August 2009
  • #REDIRECT [[Clement Attlee]]
    28 B (3 words) - 12:58, 8 August 2009
  • This is a list of external links on [[Clement Attlee]]. Retrieved on 2009-04-20. ...prime-ministers-in-history/clement-attlee Prime Minister's Office: Clement Attlee]
    224 B (28 words) - 11:42, 8 August 2009
  • * 1935: [[Clement Attlee]] became leader of the Labour Party ...41: [[Winston Churchill]] (Conservative) became Prime Minister and Clement Attlee became Deputy Prime Minister
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  • {{r|Clement Attlee}}
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  • ...hurchill]] began the conference, Britain's representative became [[Clement Attlee]] after the Churchill government fell.
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  • ...[http://www.mori.com/polls/2004/leeds.shtml results] showed that [[Clement Attlee]] was rated as most successful, followed by Churchill and Lloyd George. [[ ...well they implemented their policies. [[Margaret Thatcher]] and [[Clement Attlee]] topped this poll, with [[Anthony Eden]] and [[Neville Chamberlain]] comi
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  • {{r|Clement Attlee}}
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  • {{r|Clement Attlee}}
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  • ...ted in 1948 by [[Aneurin Bevan]] (the Minister for Health in the [[Clement Attlee]] Labour government) following proposals starting in 1942. The service pro
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  • ...the additional job of [[Leader of the House of Commons]]. After [[Clement Attlee]]'s landslide election victory in 1945, Eden returned to the Opposition be
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  • <li>[[Clement Attlee]] from 1945 – 1951</li>
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  • ...end of the war, the Labour government came to power in Britain, [[Clement Attlee]] announced that India would be granted independence, and three ministers
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  • ...ning achievements. After the extensive programme of nationalisation by the Attlee administration, opinion began to swing in the opposite direction. The pa ===The Attlee era (1945-51)===
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  • Reelected after a terrific battle in 1940, Truman emerged as the energetic and forthright chairman of the Sen ...s [[Winston Churchill]] (soon replaced by the new prime minister [[Clement Attlee]]) and [[Joseph Stalin]] of the Soviet Union.
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  • * 1898 - Explosion sinks battleship "Maine" in Havana harbor; cause --whether accident, or caused by Cubans ...]; President [[Harry S Truman]] meets with [[Stalin]] British PM [[Clement Attlee]]; tells Stalin of atomic bomb; gives Japan last warning to surrender; Ger
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  • ...of Kent invites a force of Saxon mercenaries under Hengist(?) [http://www.battle1066.com/g144.shtml] to help him defeat his enemies. [449] ...of Dunsinane [http://www.probertencyclopaedia.com/cgi-bin/res.pl?keyword=Battle+of+Dunsinane&offset=0](1054) - Malcolm Canmore defeats of MacBeth at Dunsin
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  • ...ain" in 1946. His Labour Party successor, British Prime Minister [[Clement Attlee]], was dedicated to both socialism and anti-communism. Even more than Chur ...ted the globe in the 1960s. <ref> Deborah Cadbury, ''Space Race: The Epic Battle between America and the Soviet Union for Dominion of Space'' (2006)' John M
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