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Baldwin, Stanley

Born: 1867 AD
Died: 1947 AD

British statesman, Prime Minister

1867 – Born on the 3rd of August in Lower Park House, Lower Park, Bewdley in Worcestershire.

1906 – Contested Kidderminster but lost amidst the Conservative landslide defeat.

1908 – Succeeded his deceased father, Alfred Baldwin, as Member of Parliament (MP) for Bewdley.

1917 – Appointed to the junior ministerial post of Financial Secretary to the Treasury.

1921 – Promoted to the Cabinet as President of the Board of Trade.

1922-1923 – He becomes the Chancellor of the Exchequer.

1923-1929 – Served as UK Leader of the House of Commons.

1923-1929 – He becomes the UK Prime Minister.

1931 – Baldwin and the Conservatives had entered into a coalition with Labour PM Ramsay MacDonald.

1932 – Started a rearmament programmed and reorganized and expanded the RAF.

1935-1937 – Once again he becomes the UK Prime Minister.

1947 – He died on 14th of December at Stourport-on-Severn, Worcestershire, England.