Britain in 1929

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The Liberals had been a major party of change before 1914
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Labour did not form a government until 1924
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Labour did win the election of 1929
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The Conservatives lost the 1906 election badley
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The Conservatives joined a wartime coalition with Labour and the Liberals in 1915
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The Conservatives were the major party in the continuing coalition from 1916 to 1922
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The Conservatives ended the coalition agreement in 1922
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The Conservatives were in power 1922-23 and 1924-29
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The Liberals had been the great party of reform since 1859
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The Liberals did not hold office in their own right after 1915
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by 1929 Britain's older industries were in deline
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Unemployment had not fallen below a million in the 1920s
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In October 1929 the collapse of the US stock market saw the beginning of the Wall Street Crash
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There was a long period of world economic depression during the 1930s
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