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Neville Chamberlain

Neville ChamberlainAKA Arthur Neville Chamberlain

Born: 18-Mar-1869
Birthplace: Birmingham, England
Died: 9-Nov-1940
Location of death: Heckfield, England
Cause of death: Cancer - Stomach
Remains: Cremated, Winchester Abbey, London

Gender: Male
Religion: Anglican/Episcopalian
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Head of State

Nationality: England
Executive summary: Architect of appeasement

Right-wing Prime Minister of England from 1937-40, noted for an isolationist foreign policy in the build-up to World War II. He played a key role in negotiating the Munich Agreement of 1938, which sought to appease Nazi Germany by ceding control of the Sudetenland region in Czechoslovakia to Adolf Hitler's regime. Chamberlain's name has since been synonymous with "appeasement", an object lesson said to prove the futility of compromise with Evil.

    Lord President of the Council (1940)
    UK Prime Minister (1937-40)
    UK Leader of the House of Commons (1937-40)
    Chancellor of the Exchequer (1931-37)
    UK Minister of Health (1931)
    UK Minister of Health (1924-29)
    Chancellor of the Exchequer (1923-24)
    UK Paymaster-General (1923)
    UK Minister of Health (1923)
    UK Member of Parliament for Birmingham Edgbaston (1929-40)
    UK Member of Parliament for Birmingham Ladywood (1918-29)
    Carlton Club
    Conservative Party (UK) Chairman (1930-31), Leader (1937-40)
    Pilgrims Society
    Traveled to Nazi Germany Berchtesgaden (15-Sep-1938)
    Traveled to Nazi Germany Bad Godesberg (22-Sep-1938)
    Traveled to Nazi Germany Munich (29-Sep-1938)
    Risk Factors: Gout

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