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Attlee was Lord Privy Seal ( 1940 – 42 ), Deputy Prime Minister ( 1942 – 45 ), Dominions Secretary ( 1942 – 43 ), and Lord President of the Council ( 1943 – 45 ).
A letter from Queen Elizabeth ( later the Queen Mother ), dated 17 May 1947, showed " her decided lack of enthusiasm for the socialist government " and describes the British electorate as " poor people, so many half-educated and bemused " for electing Attlee over Winston Churchill, whom she saw as a war hero.
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The lake at Eastville Park was instigated as part of a social scheme by Ernest Bevin ( a well-respected westcountryman ), who later became Minister of Labour under Churchill in the coalition government of WW2 and later Foreign Secretary in the Attlee Government from 1945 until his death.
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Street names from this period of subdivision included notable politicians ( Attlee, Truman, Evatt, Eden ), Otago landmarks ( Earnslaw, Hollyford, Hooker, Aorangi, Lyall, Sealy ), names associated with Christ's College, ( Blanch, Bourne, Condell, Hudson, Flower, Harris, Merton, Moreland, Richards, Tothill ), and the HMS Bounty, ( Bounty, Resolution, Pitcairn, Christian ).

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