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John Hodge (III)

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A Labour Member of Parliament and trade unionist interested in welfare, he had joined the Lloyd George coalition in 1916, becoming Minister of Pensions in 1917. He helped promote a scheme for disabled soldiers - The King's Fund for Disabled Officers and Men.

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Broken in the Wars
Broken in the Wars Himself, Minister of Pensions
1919

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A Labour Member of Parliament and trade unionist interested in welfare, he had joined the Lloyd George coalition in 1916, becoming Minister of Pensions in 1917. He helped promote a scheme for disabled soldiers - The King's Fund for Disabled Officers and Men.

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