The second volume of Grigg's biography of Lloyd George, describing his career from 1902 to 1911, its most fruitful phase before the outbreak of World War I. In it he is seen evolving from an Opposition back-bencher to a controversial member of the Liberal government.
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John Grigg (1924-2001) was a journalist and historian. The author of a number of books his major achievement was the tragically unfinished biography of Lloyd George. Faber Finds is reissuing the four completed volumes as well as his revisionist 1943: The Victory that Never Was. Taking advantage of the Peerage Act of 1963, he renounced his hereditary peerage having succeeded his father as Baron Altrincham in 1955.Review:
'John Grigg is a biographer who loves his subject and captures him with artistry - a pleasure to read. He has given us the most intimate and subtly drawn portrait we have ever had of this remarkable man' Paul Addison, New Statesman
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Book Description HarperCollins Publishers Ltd, 1997. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 6863078