Liberal Prime Minister four times, although he started out as a
conservative. Critical of the running of Empire and 'The
Great Game' of international conflict, and devoted much of
his time in office to securing home rule for Ireland.
Liberal MP and Prime Minister in a coalition government during
the 1st World War which claimed over 20 million lives. He was
Britain's delegate to the Paris Peace Conference afterwards
that drafted the Versailles Treaty
Conservative politician and Britain's wartime Prime Minister.
Refused to negotiate with Germany even when defeat seemed likely.
Organised the 'lend-lease' agreement with the Americans
before they joined the war, as a way of paying for food and
Liberal Party politician who tried to outlaw the trade in alcohol
as a solution to the social problems caused by drunkeness. Most
Christian groups, including the Salvation Army, were supporters
of the idea.
Civil servant in charge of the administration of colonial South