BRITISH PRIME MINISTERS: An excellent colour 8 x 10 photograph of the entrance to 10 Downing Street individually signed by six British Prime Ministers of the 20th century comprising Alec Douglas-Home (1963-64), Harold Wilson (1964-70, 1974), Edward Heath (1970-74), James Callaghan (1976-79), Margaret Thatcher (1979-90) and John Major (1990-97). All have signed with their names alone in blue or black inks to clear areas of the image

BRITISH PRIME MINISTERS: An excellent colour 8 x 10 photograph of the entrance to 10 Downing Street individually signed by six British Prime Ministers of the 20th century comprising Alec Douglas-Home (1963-64), Harold Wilson (1964-70, 1974), Edward Heath (1970-74), James Callaghan (1976-79), Margaret Thatcher (1979-90) and John Major (1990-97). All have signed with their names alone in blue or black inks to clear areas of the image

Sir Alec Douglas-Home Conservative 1963 to 1964 Sir Alec Douglas-Home Born 2 July 1903, London Died 9 October 1995, Berwickshire Dates in office 1963 to 1964 Political party Conservative Sir Alec Douglas-Home only served as Prime Minister for 363 days but he oversaw the abolition of resale price maintenance and took a tough stance in dealing with the trade unions.

Sir Alec Douglas-Home Conservative 1963 to 1964 Sir Alec Douglas-Home Born 2 July 1903, London Died 9 October 1995, Berwickshire Dates in office 1963 to 1964 Political party Conservative Sir Alec Douglas-Home only served as Prime Minister for 363 days but he oversaw the abolition of resale price maintenance and took a tough stance in dealing with the trade unions.

Alex Douglas Hume Prime Minister of the United Kingdom In office 19 October 1963 – 16 October 1964

Alex Douglas Hume Prime Minister of the United Kingdom In office 19 October 1963 – 16 October 1964

John F. Kennedy Stamps - Umm Al Qiwain, 1965 - Pres. Kennedy's funeral cortege leaving the White House; Mrs. Kennedy with children and Robert Kennedy following coffin; horse-drawn caisson; Presidents Truman and Eisenhower and Margaret Truman Daniels; Pres. Charles de Gaulle, Emperor Haile Selassie, Chancellor Ludwig Erhart, Sir Alec Douglas-Home and King Frederick IX; Kennedy's family on steps of St. Matthew's Cathedral; honor guard at tomb; and portrait of Pres. John F. Kennedy.

John F. Kennedy Stamps - Umm Al Qiwain, 1965 - Pres. Kennedy's funeral cortege leaving the White House; Mrs. Kennedy with children and Robert Kennedy following coffin; horse-drawn caisson; Presidents Truman and Eisenhower and Margaret Truman Daniels; Pres. Charles de Gaulle, Emperor Haile Selassie, Chancellor Ludwig Erhart, Sir Alec Douglas-Home and King Frederick IX; Kennedy's family on steps of St. Matthew's Cathedral; honor guard at tomb; and portrait of Pres. John F. Kennedy.

British PM Sir Alec Douglas Home Robert Kenned 1964

British PM Sir Alec Douglas Home Robert Kenned 1964

Simon to either Amelie and Dez after Simon, Clary and Alec visit them in their house outside the institute walls.

Simon to either Amelie and Dez after Simon, Clary and Alec visit them in their house outside the institute walls.

Queen Elizabeth II meets former Prime Minister Sir Alec Douglas-Home and Lady Home on November 11, 1964 (Getty Images)

Queen Elizabeth II meets former Prime Minister Sir Alec Douglas-Home and Lady Home on November 11, 1964 (Getty Images)

London, England, 29th October 1971, Indian Prime Minister Mrs, Indira Gandhi is greeted by British Foreign Secretary Sir Alec Douglas-Home as she arrives at Heathrow airport for Downing Street talks

London, England, 29th October 1971, Indian Prime Minister Mrs, Indira Gandhi is greeted by British Foreign Secretary Sir Alec Douglas-Home as she arrives at Heathrow airport for Downing Street talks

This is the Earl of Home hurrying along Great College Street together with his page who I believe is his only son David Douglas-Home, now the 15th Earl of Home. They have an appointment at Westminster Abbey for the Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II on Tuesday 2nd June 1953. As Sir Alec Douglas-Home he was conservative Prime Minister from October 1963 to October 1964. This chap had more names/titles than many criminals I have known, originally known as Alexander Frederick Douglas-Home, then…

This is the Earl of Home hurrying along Great College Street together with his page who I believe is his only son David Douglas-Home, now the 15th Earl of Home. They have an appointment at Westminster Abbey for the Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II on Tuesday 2nd June 1953. As Sir Alec Douglas-Home he was conservative Prime Minister from October 1963 to October 1964. This chap had more names/titles than many criminals I have known, originally known as Alexander Frederick Douglas-Home, then…

Colvin, Neville 1964   44 of 46 No Caption President Johnson, De Gaulle, Alec Douglas Home, Mao race Olympics cartoon.

Colvin, Neville 1964 44 of 46 No Caption President Johnson, De Gaulle, Alec Douglas Home, Mao race Olympics cartoon.

Howard Zinn’s July 4 Wisdom Stands the Test of Time | By Howard Zinn | Common Dreams

Howard Zinn’s July 4 Wisdom Stands the Test of Time | By Howard Zinn | Common Dreams

La Reine Elisabeth photographiée pendant le discours inaugural avec de gauche à droite, Robert Kennedy, Jacqueline Kennedy et sa fille Caroline âgée de 7 ans, Alec Douglas-Home, Premier ministre et le Prince Philip, à Runnymede, Royaume-Uni, le 14 mai 1965.

La Reine Elisabeth photographiée pendant le discours inaugural avec de gauche à droite, Robert Kennedy, Jacqueline Kennedy et sa fille Caroline âgée de 7 ans, Alec Douglas-Home, Premier ministre et le Prince Philip, à Runnymede, Royaume-Uni, le 14 mai 1965.

Alec Douglas-Home

Day the prime minister foiled a kidnap plot by bribing his abductors with beer

Queen Juliana of the Netherlands (1909-2004), with Lord Alec Douglas-Home…

Queen Juliana of the Netherlands (1909-2004), with Lord Alec Douglas-Home…

Alec Douglas Home 18 Oct 1963    Lord Home who was invited by the Queen to form a new administration pictured at the door of Number 10 Downing Street. He said "Her Majesty has asked me to form an administration, and so, now, for the rest of the afternoon I shall be seeing my colleagues and consulting them. I shall be here for the rest of the day hard at work. It has been a great honour to be asked to do this. I think I had better get on to work now."

Alec Douglas Home 18 Oct 1963 Lord Home who was invited by the Queen to form a new administration pictured at the door of Number 10 Downing Street. He said "Her Majesty has asked me to form an administration, and so, now, for the rest of the afternoon I shall be seeing my colleagues and consulting them. I shall be here for the rest of the day hard at work. It has been a great honour to be asked to do this. I think I had better get on to work now."

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