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1929. Part One of Two. This biography is an illuminating picture of the rise of David Lloyd George from abject poverty in a little Welsh village to the highest post in the British Empire, written by the Honorable J. Hugh Edwards, a Member of Parliament and a lifelong friend of the great commoner. As a young boy, without money, his father dead, living with his uncle who was a cobbler, he educated himself and rose to the highest post in the British Empire, that of Prime Minister, at the most critical period in its history. A great figure such as our own Abraham Lincoln, who was ever his guiding star. See other titles by this author available from Kessinger Publishing.