100 Years Ago

NEWS FROM 100 YEARS AGO : 24 November 1923

24 NOVEMBER 1923

Stanley Baldwin, the Prime Minister, speaking at Tenbury in Worcestershire, appealed for a working majority to carry out his proposals for the stimulation of the home markets, relief of unemployment and aid to agriculture.

Dr Stresemann’s Government resigned¬† after the Reichstag rejected the vote of confidence moved by the leader of the People’s party.