William Lyon Mackenzie King OM CMG PC (December 17, 1874 – July 22, 1950)
, also commonly known as Mackenzie King, was the dominant Canadian ...
William Lyon Mackenzie King, prime minister of Canada 1921–26, 1926–30 and
1935–48 (born 17 December 1874 in Berlin [Kitchener], ON; died 22 July 1950 ...
KING, WILLIAM LYON MACKENZIE, journalist, civil servant, author, labour
conciliator, and politician; b. 17 Dec. 1874 in Berlin (Kitchener), Ont., son of John
He was elected in a by-election in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan in 1926.
The Liberal government was faced with a customs scandal and Mackenzie King
asked Governor General Byng to dissolve Parliament. The Liberals returned to power, and Mackenzie King
was sworn in as Pr... More »
William Lyon Mackenzie King was born in Berlin (later renamed Kitchener),
Ontario in 1874. His father was a lawyer and his maternal grandfather was
William Lyon Mackenzie King King, William Lyon Mackenzie (1874-1950), prime
minister of Canada (1921-6, 1926-30, and 1935-1948) was born at Berlin (now ...
W.L. Mackenzie King, in full William Lyon Mackenzie King (born Dec. 17, 1874,
Berlin, Ont., Can.—died July 22, 1950, Kingsmere, Que.), prime minister of ...
Jun 3, 2014 ... William Lyon Mackenzie King was born in Berlin (later renamed Kitchener),
Ontario in 1874. His father was a lawyer and his maternal ...
The Canadian War Museum's World War 2 Online Newspaper Archives - William
Lyon Mackenzie King (1874-1950), head of the Liberal government throughout ...