Four British Prime Ministers fought in the First World War and later worked together in coalition. What else did they share in common? Professor Simon Ball, of Leeds University, explores their respective roads to the frontline and the effects war had upon them, in the latest article for the No. 10 Guest Historian Series on the History of Government Blog.
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