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  1. Reginald McKenna (6 July 1863 – 6 September 1943) was a British banker and Liberal politician. His first Cabinet post under Henry Campbell-Bannerman was as President of the Board of Education , after which he served as First Lord of the Admiralty .

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  2. Reginald McKenna, (born July 6, 1863, London, England—died September 6, 1943, London), British statesman who, as first lord of the Admiralty, initiated in 1909 a battleship construction program that gave Great Britain a considerable advantage over Germany in capital-ship strength at the beginning of World War I.

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  3. 5 de nov. de 2012 · Summary. Reginald McKenna was singularly fortunate in finding a new career, in which he became not less distinguished than in politics, when the personal and party rift which ended with the resignation of Mr Asquith brought his life as a Cabinet Minister to a standstill, which he found himself exceedingly ready to leave undisturbed ...

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    • June 1912 – August 1914
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  5. Reginald McKenna was born in London on 6 July 1863, youngest son of William Columban McKenna.

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  6. 7 de abr. de 2009 · Throughout the early years of the twentieth century, Reginald McKenna stood at the centre of British political life. During his period as a Member of Parliament