Stanley Baldwin

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Person.png Stanley Baldwin  Rdf-icon.png
(politician)
Born1867-08-03
Bewdley, United Kingdom
Died1947-12-14
Stourport-on-Severn, United Kingdom
NationalityBritish
Alma materTrinity College (Cambridge), Mason College
ReligionChurch of England
Children • Diana Lucy Leonora Stanley
• Pamela Margaret
• Oliver Ridsdale
• Esther Louisa
• Arthur Windham
SpouseLucy Ridsdale
PartyConservative

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In office
7 June 1935 - 28 May 1937
Preceded byRamsay MacDonald
Succeeded byNeville Chamberlain

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In office
4 November 1924 - 5 June 1929
Preceded byRamsay MacDonald
Succeeded byRamsay MacDonald

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In office
23 May 1923 - 16 January 1924
Preceded byAndrew Bonar Law

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In office
24 August 1931 - 7 June 1935
Succeeded byRamsay MacDonald

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In office
5 June 1929 - 24 August 1931
Preceded byRamsay MacDonald

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In office
22 January 1924 - 4 November 1924
Preceded byRamsay MacDonald
Succeeded byRamsay MacDonald

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In office
22 May 1923 - 28 May 1937
Preceded byAndrew Bonar Law

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In office
27 October 1922 - 27 August 1923
Succeeded byNeville Chamberlain

Employment.png President of the Board of Trade

In office
1 April 1921 - 19 October 1922

Employment.png Member of Parliament for Bewdley

In office
29 February 1908 - 30 June 1937


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