Stanley Baldwin was the British Prime Minister from 1923 to 1924,
then again (after Ramsay Macdonald had resigned because of
ill-health) from 1924 to 1929, and a third
time from 1935 to 1937.
Staley Baldwin's wife was Lucy Baldwin, née Ridsdale.
And here is a clip from 1923.
Baldwin electioneering in his constituency of Bewdley,
Worcestershire, with his wife Lucy. Footage, filmed during the
election campaign of 1923, courtesy of the British Film Institute.
On November 10, 1932, Baldwin, who was Lord
President of the Council
at the time, delivered his
The Bomber Will Always Get Through speech in the House of
Commons. In Britain, rearmament was the controversial issue of the
In Germany, and only two
months later, in January 1933,
Hitler became chancellor.