Britain between the Wars, 1918-1940

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Lloyd George's Coalition: January, 1919 -- October, 1922
Prime Minister: David Lloyd George.
Lord Privy Seal and Leader of the House of Commons: Andrew Bonar Law.
Lord President of the Council: Lord Curzon.
Chancellor of the Exchequer: Austen Chamberlain.
Minister without Portfolio: G. N. Barnes.
Minister without Portfolio: Sir Eric Geddes.
Lord Chancellor: Lord Birkenhead.
Secretary of State for Home Affairs: Edward Shortt.
Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs: A. J. Balfour.
Secretary of State for War and Air: W. S. Churchill.
Secretary of State for Colonies: Lord Milner.
Secretary of State for India: E. S. Montagu.
First Lord of the Admiralty: Walter Long.
President of Board of Trade: Sir Albert Stanley.
President of Local Government Board: Christopher Addison.
President of Board of Agriculture: R. E. Prothero.
President of Board of Education: H. A. L. Fisher.
Minister of Labour: Sir R. S. Horne.
Secretary for Scotland: Robert Munro.
Chief Secretary for Ireland: J. I. Macpherson.

Sir Auckland Geddes succeeded Stanley at the Board of Trade in May 1919; Lord Lee of Fareham succeeded Prothero at the Board of Agriculture in August 1919. In October 1919, Curzon and Balfour changed places, Sir Eric Geddes became Minister of Transport and Dr. Addison Minister of Health (on the disappearance of the Local Government Board). Home succeeded Sir Auckland Geddes at the Board of Trade in March 1920, and was succeeded as Minister of Labour by T. J. Macnamara. Sir Hamar Greenwood succeeded Macpherson at the Irish Office in April 1920. In January 1921, Churchill succeeded Milner at the Colonial Office and was succeeded by Sir L. Worthington-Evans at the

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Based on lists in Annual Register.

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