Lloyd George and the 1918 Irish Conscription Crisis

@article{Ward1974LloydGA,
  title={Lloyd George and the 1918 Irish Conscription Crisis},
  author={Alan J. Ward},
  journal={The Historical Journal},
  year={1974},
  volume={17},
  pages={107 - 129}
}
  • A. Ward
  • Published 1 March 1974
  • History
  • The Historical Journal
David Lloyd George was a great war-time prime minister. There seems to be little doubt about this, but his was leadership has been so extolled by his supporters that adverse criticism sometimes smacks of heresy. Nevertheless criticism is warranted which, whilst not attacking the man, will qualify the myth. What follows is a critical examiniation of Lloyd George and his Irish policy in 1918. 

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