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British statesman who as Prime Minister pursued a policy of appeasement toward fascist Germany (1869-1940)

the treasurer of a municipal corporation

an officer who manages the household of a king or nobleman

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An inspiration for their campaign is Joseph Chamberlain himself who is famous for modernising Birmingham with clean water and gas supplies, better sewers, roads and pavements and public buildings such as the Council House.
Considered by many to be the godfather of modern Birmingham, Joseph Chamberlain left a lasting legacy on national politics too.
JOSEPH CHAMBERLAIN (1836-1914) chosen as Mayor of Birmingham by the Liberal majority on the council, was father to Arthur Neville Chamberlain (1869-1940), by his second wife Florence.
His chief adversary, Joseph Chamberlain, sought preferential treatment for imports from throughout the British Empire - something akin to today's regional trading blocs.
The inspiration for the campaign is Joseph Chamberlain himself, who was famous for modernising Birmingham with clean water and gas supplies, better sewers, roads and pavements and public buildings such as the Council House.
Highbury - once home to great city mayor Joseph Chamberlain - is a grade II listed mansion in Moseley.
NEW Prime Minister Theresa May's top advisers include the Brummie son of a steelworker whose political hero is Joseph Chamberlain and who thinks politicians can learn valuable lessons from the relegation of Aston Villa.
OF ALL our 'City Fathers', Joseph Chamberlain is remembered with arguably the greatest warmth and affection.
UNIVERSITY of Birmingham bosses have been urged to honour the memory of its founder Joseph Chamberlain and pay 513 contract cleaning and support staff the real Living Wage of PS8.
By DAVID WHINYATES Special Correspondent HAVING celebrated its best ever AS and A2 results last year, Joseph Chamberlain College was delighted that its students have done even better this year.
It was put up in 1880 to commemorate politician Joseph Chamberlain, known as The Father of Birmingham.
Highbury Hall, the former home of Joseph Chamberlain, in Kings Heath, is in need of urgent restoration.
A PETITION has been launched demanding a 140-year-old tree planted under the leadership of Joseph Chamberlain is preserved and protected from bulldozers when the Metro tram is extended to Birmingham's Centenary Square.