Lloyd George's Role In World War I

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After leading his fight against poverty, he also played a leading part in World War I. He became minister for munitions under Asquith’s war cabinet and afterwards secretary for war. Llyod George wasn’t on the same page with Asquith regarding the management of the war. In 1906 he replaced him as Prime Minister after showing his capacities to manage the war. Even though some people did not agree with his way of handling the situation, he took many decisions and actions that lead to the victory. The successful Prime Minister went to the Paris Peace Conference in 1919 where he signed and negotiated the terms of the Treaty of Versailles. After this, Lloyd George’s political career started to shatter as his own party didn’t supported him. He resigned
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