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Cham·ber·lain

(chām'bĕr-lin),
W. Edward, U.S. radiologist, 1891-1947. See: Chamberlain line.

Cham·ber·lain

(chām'bĕr-lin),
J. Maxwell, 1908-1968; U.S. thoracic surgeon. See: Chamberlain procedure.
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As the mayor of Birmingham for an unprecedented three years from 1873 to 1875 Joseph Chamberlain transformed his adopted town both economically and physically.
Joseph Chamberlain died of a heart attack in 1914 at Highbury Hall, his home in Kings Heath, but his legacy lives on in the adopted city to which he dedicated his life.
The ghost of Joseph Chamberlain, pictured here in 1902, |said to haunt the Council House
Tony Day, Deputy Principal at the College, said: "Our latest Ofsted report is a pleasure to read and is confirmation that Joseph Chamberlain College is a fantastic place to study.
The Joseph Chamberlain statue, which was in the Members' Lobby at the Palace of Westminster but was then relocated behind a filing cabinet in the House of Lords library
Joseph Chamberlain was an industrialist, before he was a politician, and a Unitarian, before he was an industrialist.
Therein lay the powerful and unbreakable bond between Joseph Chamberlain and the people of Birmingham.
But in his heydey, satirists and cartoonists portrayed Joseph Chamberlain as a manipulator who packed out meetings with supporters and changed his mind on matters of principle when it suited him.
Birmingham needs a new political gurehead with the prole of the great Joseph Chamberlain.
POLITICIANS, academics and members of the public will come together for a special conference to mark the centenary of the death of Joseph Chamberlain in July.
In his heyday, satirists portrayed Joseph Chamberlain as a manipulator who packed out meetings with supporters and changed his mind on matters of principle when it suited him.
In 1874 the first stone was laid by Joseph Chamberlain, who was Lord Mayor at the time.