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Images Dated 7th July 2004

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David Lloyd George leaving Downing Street Featured 7 Jul 2004 Image

David Lloyd George leaving Downing Street

Lloyd George pictured leaving Downing Street after his resignation with his wife and daughter Megan. His resignation announcement featured in the Court circular of 19th October. Lloyd George was the president of the Board of Trade between 1905-1908 and became the Chancellor of the Exchequer in 1908. His most popular move was to pass the Old Age Pensions Act and the National Insurance Act. He superseded H. H Asquith as coalition Prime Minister, 1916-1922, successfully handling peace negotiations after the war. In 1921 he came upon his most controversial agreement with Sinn Fein for the independence of Southern Ireland. His popularity faded and his party was undecided about their support. In 1922 Lloyd George handed in his resignation

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HMS Implacable, 1920 Featured 7 Jul 2004 Image

HMS Implacable, 1920

Photograph of HMS Implacable, formerly the Duguay-Trouin, 1920. This ship was built in France in 1789, served at Trafalgar, and was captured by the Royal Navy shortly thereafter. After forty years active service, she became a boys training-ship at Devonport. In 1920 she was owned by Mr. G. Wheatly Cobb, who was hoping to use her as a training-ship for Sea Scouts, but the repair costs for this aged vessel were building up

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Thomas Guys tomb Featured 7 Jul 2004 Image

Thomas Guys tomb

The tomb of Thomas Guy in the chapel at Guy's hospital. Born in 1644, he completed his education and went on to represent Tamworth in Parliament. He then moved to London and spent eight years as a bookseller's apprentice. Through his astute business sense he made his fortune with investments and printing. In 1704 Guy was appointed Director of St Thomas's Hospital and through his donations paid for three new wards. At the age of 76, he founded Guy's Hospital, on a site near London Bridge. He died four years later, leaving a large fund for the hospital

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