Richard B. Bennet

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Richard B. Bennet

Richard B. Bennett

Richard B.Bennett was a bachelor, also known as (aka) a man that has not married anyone.

When Richard Bennett died, he was buried in St. Micheal's Churchyard in England and he was the only prime minister of Canada that wasn't buried in Canada.

Bennett had failed in politics and many Canadians got frustrated of him because of unemployment, he was not being a very good prime minister.

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Canada's 11th Prime Minister

Before Fame

Birth & Death

Richard Bedford Bennett was born on July 3,1870 in Hopewell Hill,New Brunswick. Sadly, our 11th Prime Minister died on June 26,1947 in Mickleham, England due to heart failure.

Richard B.Bennett has been the prime minister of Canada in 1930- 1935, for five years and he was the leader of the Consevative party after the 1930 election. Bennett was a teacher, laywer and a barrister other than being Canada's prime minister.

Bennett graduated from Dalhousie University with a degree law in 1893. In 1911, he entered the House Of Commons representing Calgary,Alberta.Later on, he became director general of national sevice and minister of justice.Richard promised the voters to combat the effects of The Great Depression.

Bennett graduated from Dalhousie University with a degree law in 1893.In 1911, he entered the House Of Commons representing Calgary,Alberta.Later on, he became director general of national sevice and minister of justice.Richard promised the voters to combat the effects of The Great Depression.

Richard Bedford Bennett led the country through The Great Depression.


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