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Neville Chamberlain (1869–1940)

Neville Chamberlain was born on March 18, 1869 in Edgbaston, Birmingham, England. He was married to Anne de Vere Cole. He died on November 9, 1940 in Heckfield, Hampshire, England. See full bio »

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World War II: Witness to War
Battle of Britain (S1, Ep2)
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The Gathering Storm (S1, Ep1)
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6' 2" (1.88 m)


Anne de Vere Cole  (his death)  (2 children)


Joseph Chamberlain | Florence Clara Kenrick

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So far as my personal reputation is concerned, I am not in the least disturbed about it. The letters which I am still receiving in such vast quantities so unanimously dwell on the same point, namely without Munich the war would have been lost and the Empire destroyed in 1938 ... I do not feel the opposite view ... has a chance of survival. Even if nothing further were to be published giving the ... See more »


Historian Richard Toye, a professor at the University of Exeter, said Chamberlain was generally considered to be a successful and popular prime minister until May 1940, who should not be dismissed as a weak or negligible figure. See more »


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