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M00R5 wrote:

Joe Chamberlain was just a particularly radical Conservative, wasn't he?



Yes he was, he was also an imperialist from the brakeaway Liberal Party the Liberal Unionists.

The greatest achievement of Joe in my opinion was giving the people of Birmingham clean water,some of us might not be here today, if it wasn't for that.
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I'll drink to that.

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What a looooooooooong strange trip it's been
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What I would say is a portrait of the quintessential late Victorian politician features Joe Chamberlain, showing some vigour and confidence whilst clearly comfortable in power, striking just the right pose as he is, can be found in the National Portrait Gallery. It looks a bit like a Sergeant but is painted by Frank Holl I discover. Its a decent piece of painting. OK end of arty bit, won't mention again.
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