F. E. Smith, First Earl Of Birkenhead John Campbell

ISBN: 9780224015967

Published: 1983

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918 pages


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F. E. Smith, First Earl Of Birkenhead  by  John Campbell

F. E. Smith, First Earl Of Birkenhead by John Campbell
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F. E. Smith was the most brilliant political personality to emerge in the Edwardian era. Beaverbrook called him simply the cleverest man in the kingdom. Coming from a modest provincial background, he acquired an extraordinary reputation at OxfordMoreF. E. Smith was the most brilliant political personality to emerge in the Edwardian era. Beaverbrook called him simply the cleverest man in the kingdom. Coming from a modest provincial background, he acquired an extraordinary reputation at Oxford and an unprecedented fortune at the Liverpool Bar before exploding into the House of Commons in 1906 with the most famous maiden speech ever delivered there.

For the next twenty years he engaged vigorously in some of the most bitter political battles of modern times, largely over issues that still beset us today.Unashamedly ambitious, endowed with a cutting tongue and an inexhaustible appetite for life and pleasure, Smith assumed by sheer force of personality a leading role in the Tories opposition to Lloyd Georges Peoples Budget and the curbing of the power of the House of Lords in the constitutional crisis of 1910-11.

Reflecting the Orange tradition of his Liverpool constituents, in which he himself was brought up, he went to the very brink of treason in supporting, with Edward Carson, Ulsters resistance to Irish Home Rule.Yet all the time he maintained the closest cross-party friendships with leading Liberals, most notably with his fellow adventurer Winston Churchill, with whom in 1910 he founded the celebrated Other Club.After an inglorious spell as a wartime Press Censor and a comfortable interlude at the Front, Smith achieved a new notoriety -- as Attorney-General in Asquiths Coalition -- with the prosecution of Sir Roger Casement.

Lloyd George outraged legal opinion at the end of the war by appointing him (then only forty-six) the youngest Lord Chancellor since Judge Jeffreys. Taking the title Lord Birkenhead, Smith astonished his detractors by proving one of the greatest Lord Chancellors of the century, displaying a wisdom, erudition, and statesmanship hitherto unexpected. His finest hour came when he defied his past associates and sacrificed all hopes of leading the Tory Party by negotiating and then staunchly defending the 1921Treaty with Sinn Fein which recognized the independence of the South of Ireland.

He spent tow years in the wilderness before returning to government as Secretary of State for India under Baldwin in 1924 and becoming closely involved in the defeat of the General Strike. In 1928 he retired from politics to try to earn in the City enough money to keep himself in the extravagant style to which he was accustomed. Two years later he died, exhausted at the age of fifty-eight.In this, the first fully researched and independent biography of lord Birkenhead, John Campbell uncovers much that is new and punctures many of the myths that still attach to these magical initials F.E.

Readers will quickly appreciate why John Buchan likened Birkenhead to Aristotles Magnificent Man, and George Dangerfield called him without question the most fascinating creature of his times.


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