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  1. Neville Chamberlain spent six years there but the plantation was a failure, and Joseph Chamberlain lost £50,000. [a] [10] On his return to England, Neville Chamberlain entered business, purchasing (with assistance from his family) Hoskins & Company, a manufacturer of metal ship berths. [11]

  2. Neville Chamberlain y passe six ans, mais la plantation se révèle un échec, qui coûte 50 000 £ à Joseph Chamberlain [N 1], [8]. À son retour en Angleterre, Neville Chamberlain entre dans les affaires. Avec l’aide de sa famille, il rachète Hoskins & Company, un fabricant de couchettes pour navires [9].

  3. Arthur Neville Chamberlain: Nacimiento: 18 de marzo de 1869 Edgbaston, Birmingham, Reino Unido: Fallecimiento: 9 de noviembre de 1940 (71 años) Heckfield, Hampshire, Reino Unido: Causa de muerte: Cáncer gastrointestinal y cáncer colorrectal: Sepultura: Abadía de Westminster: Religión: Unitarismo: Lengua materna: Inglés británico: Familia ...

  4. Neville Chamberlain era figlio del politico inglese Joseph Chamberlain (1836 – 1914) e della sua seconda moglie, Florence Kenrick. Era fratellastro di sir Austen Chamberlain . Da giovane frequentò la Rugby School e successivamente si iscrisse al Mason Science College , futura università di Birmingham ; tuttavia non ebbe molta passione per ...

  5. Sep 30, 2013 · On September 30, 1938, British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain received a rowdy homecoming after signing a peace pact with Nazi Germany. For days, dread had blanketed London like a fog.

  6. Neville Chamberlain. Arthur Neville Chamberlain was born in Birmingham, England, on March 18, 1869. Neville Chamberlain was Prime Minister of Great Britain in September 1939 at the start of World War II. In May 1940, after the disastrous Norwegian campaign, Chamberlain resigned and Winston Churchill became prime minister.

  7. Munich Agreement, (September 30, 1938), settlement reached by Germany, Great Britain, France, and Italy that permitted German annexation of the Sudetenland, in western Czechoslovakia. After his success in absorbing Austria into Germany proper in March 1938, Adolf Hitler looked covetously at Czechoslovakia, where about three million people in the Sudetenland were of German origin. In April he ...

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