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  1. Joseph Chamberlain (8 July 1836 – 2 July 1914) was an influential British businessman, politician, and statesman. (Web site)
  2. Joseph Chamberlain (1836-1914) is a businessman with radical views and a champion of local government.
  3. Joseph Chamberlain is a sixth form college independently governed by its own Corporation and funded by the Government.
  4. Joseph Chamberlain, the son of a shopkeeper, was born in London 1836. (Web site)
  5. Joseph Chamberlain was born in London to a successful shoemaker.

Distant Future

  1. In a conversation with Joseph Chamberlain in 1903, Theodore Herzl was asked how the Jewish colony would survive in the distant future.


  1. Joseph Chamberlain, then Secretary of State for the Colonies, issued a proclamation confirming the name to be official in 1897.


  1. Chamberlain was the eldest son from Birmingham Mayor Joseph Chamberlain 's second marriage and half-brother to Sir Austen Chamberlain. (Web site)

Joseph Chamberlain

  1. Chamberlain was the eldest son of the second marriage of Joseph Chamberlain, Lord Mayor of Birmingham, and a half-brother to Austen, later Sir Austen.
  2. The Colonial Secretary, Joseph Chamberlain, proposed that the Jubilee be made a festival of the British Empire.


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