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  1. STANLEY BALDWIN 1867-1947 THREE TIMES PRIME MINISTER. Baldwin was born at Bewdley in Worcestershire on 3rd August 1867, the only child of Alfred Baldwin, industrialist, and his wife Louisa (Macdonald). He was educated at Harrow School and Trinity College Cambridge. He joined his father's firm and in 1902 became a managing director of Baldwins Ltd.

  2. Stanley Baldwin, 1. Earl Baldwin of Bewdley, KG, PC (* 3. August 1867 in Bewdley, Worcestershire; † 14. Dezember 1947 in Astley Hall bei Stourport-on-Severn, Worcestershire) war einer der führenden konservativen Politiker im Großbritannien der Zwischenkriegszeit. In den Jahren von 1923 bis 1937 bekleidete er unter anderem dreimal das Amt ...

  3. 斯坦利·鲍德温爵士(Sir Stanley Baldwin,1867年8月3日—1947年12月14日),英国首相,波德利的鲍德温伯爵(1st Earl Baldwin of Bewdley),保守党领袖。鲍德温爵士曾获得嘉德勋章(Privy Council of the United Kingdom)。英国保守党政治家。曾3次出任首相(1923~1924,1924~1929,1935~1937)。其第一届政府因保护关税 ...

  4. Stanley Baldwin ( Bewdley, 1867. augusztus 3. – Bewdley, 1947. december 14.) konzervatív politikus, aki Nagy-Britannia és Írország Egyesült Királyságának miniszterelnöke volt először 1923. május 22. és 1924. január 22. között, majd 1924. november 4-től 1929. június 4-ig és 1935. június 7 -től, 1937. május 28 -ig, amikor ...

  5. Stanley Baldwin served as Prime Minister between 1923 to 1924, 1924 to 1929 and 1935 to 1937. Read more about the life and achievements of Stanley Baldwin in our past Prime Ministers section.

  6. 2 de jan. de 2021 · Stanley Baldwin (1867–1947) was one of the most successful and important political leaders of twentieth-century Britain. In October 1935, Winston Churchill described him as “a statesman who has gathered to himself a greater volume of confidence and goodwill than any other man I recollect in my long political career”—and Churchill had been familiar with the greatest figures in British ...

  7. 29 de abr. de 2024 · Baldwin’s meteoric rise. Stanley Baldwin was born on 3 August 1867 to a prosperous family in Bewdley, Worcestershire. He was educated at Harrow School (like Churchill) and Trinity College, Cambridge. Baldwin joined the family iron and steel business, then entered the House of Commons in 1908 as the Member for Bewdley, succeeding his father ...