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George Nathaniel Curzon, 1st Marquess Curzon of Kedleston, (11 January 1859 – 20 March 1925), who was styled as Lord Curzon of Kedleston between 1898 and 1911, and as Earl Curzon of Kedleston between 1911 and 1921, and was known commonly as Lord Curzon, was a British Conservative statesman who served as Viceroy of India from 1899 to 1905, during which time he created the territory of Eastern Bengal and Assam, and fought with the British military commander Lord Kitchener. During the First World War he served in the small War Cabinet of Prime Minister David Lloyd George as Leader of the House of Lords (from December 1916), as well as the War Policy Committee. He served as Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs from 1919 to 1924.
Despite his successes as both Viceroy and Foreign Secretary, in 1923 Curzon was denied the office of prime minister. Bonar Law and other Conservative Party leaders preferred to have Stanley Baldwin rather than Curzon as prime minister and these views were made known to King George V. Sir David Gilmour, in his biography Curzon: Imperial Statesman (1994), contends that Curzon deserved the top position.

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    2:39pm Sep 30th

  • @prime1959

    @prime1959@bbc5live @OfficialBHAFC So my team alfreton town fc can’t have fans home or away but the other local club to me Ma… t.co/6JBWi9E9bX
    12:42pm Sep 30th

  • @AndrewCooper92

    @AndrewCooper92RT @AlanBiggs1: Should the Government bail out football clubs or should it be the Premier League? BOTH in IMO. Both have a moral duty. Gove…
    5:48pm Sep 29th

  • @woolly80

    @woolly80@forestforever11 How can it be viable for football to continue without paying fans? Only the Premier League (and al… t.co/eK142UEPNV
    3:13pm Sep 29th

  • @earlydoorsowl

    @earlydoorsowlRT @AlanBiggs1: Should the Government bail out football clubs or should it be the Premier League? BOTH in IMO. Both have a moral duty. Gove…
    1:19pm Sep 29th

  • @AnneBrook3

    @AnneBrook3RT @AlanBiggs1: Should the Government bail out football clubs or should it be the Premier League? BOTH in IMO. Both have a moral duty. Gove…
    11:10am Sep 29th

  • @rufcjoe87

    @rufcjoe87RT @AlanBiggs1: Should the Government bail out football clubs or should it be the Premier League? BOTH in IMO. Both have a moral duty. Gove…
    10:32am Sep 29th

  • @AlanBiggs1

    @AlanBiggs1Should the Government bail out football clubs or should it be the Premier League? BOTH in IMO. Both have a moral du… t.co/d7ZaG99KRg
    10:32am Sep 29th

  • @SpireitesDT

    @SpireitesDT'We might spring a surprise or two' - the lowdown on Chesterfield's National League opening day opponents Wealdston… t.co/JWMWxsmJyN
    8:04am Sep 29th

  • @NickDuGard1

    @NickDuGard1RT @LiamNorcliffe: "We might spring a surprise or two"The lowdown on opening day opponents Wealdstone including signings, key men, style…
    7:09pm Sep 28th



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