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How long was Billy Hughes in parliament before he became prime minister?
He was in parliament since 1901 and became he prime minister in 1915 so 15 years ...
Asked in Political Office Holders
What women was Benjamin Disraeli involved with before his parliament years?
Benjamin Disraeli is a former British Prime Minister who played a major part in the construction of the modern day Conservative Party in the UK. He was known for being with several women before becoming Prime Minister, most famously Lady Henrietta Sykes who was a married woman. ...
Asked in Roman Empire
When did the roman empire become a republic?
Rome was not an empire before it became a republic, it was a monarchy which was overthrown in 510 BC. Once it became a republic, it expanded into an empire. So Rome became a republic before it became an empire. Rome was not an empire before it became a republic, it was a monarchy which was overthrown in 510 BC. Once it became a republic, it expanded into an empire. So Rome became a republic before it became an empire. Rome was not...
Asked in US Presidents, Benjamin Harrison
Where did Benjamin Harrison work before he became president?
He practiced law in Indianapolis. He also served as city attorney,civil war army officer, US Senator and candidate for governor. ...
How did Benjamin Franklin become famous before the revolutionary war?
Benjamin Franklin was a famous inventor and he worked in politics.
Asked in Abraham Lincoln
Did 'lincoln become senator before he became president?
no he was in congress for 2 years before he became president no he was in congress for 2 years before he became president ...
Asked in History of the United States
Why did the thirteen colonies become angry with king george?
Colonists in America became increasingly angry with King George III and the English Parliament in the years before the Revolutionary War. Much of this anger was caused because the colonists were given no representation in the government regarding issues such as taxation. Parliament passed many laws taxing the colonies without their agreement and these taxes became very burdensome. ...