Who Was the British Prime Minister in 1945?

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Clement Richard Attlee was the English Prime Minister in 1945 to 1951. Clement who was a member of the Labour Party, was defeated in 1951 general elections, led the party until his resignation in 1955. He was granted a peerage and was active in the House of Lords until his death in 1967.
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