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James Ramsay MacDonald, British Prime Minister 1924 and 1929-35, Labour. Born: 12 October 1866 in Lossiemouth, Morayshire. Died: 9 November 1937 on the liner Reina del Pacifico on holiday during the crossing of the Atlantic.
Gazetteer for Scotland: James Ramsay MacDonald
Biography and notes on related people, places and events.
InfoBritain: James Ramsay Macdonald
James Ramsay MacDonald
Biography and related links from Spartacus Educational.
Ramsay MacDonald and the Rise of Labour
Article by Professor Kenneth O. Morgan. University of Wales, Aberystwyth. Questions to consider and further readings.
Socialist Review: The man who turned his back on Labour - Ramsay MacDonald
Dave Renton describes the life of Ramsay MacDonald, and draws lessons for today. (December 01, 1996)
Time: Death of MacDonald
News of the former PM's death. (November 22, 1937)
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