VI. The World Wars and the Interwar Period, 1914–1945 > D. North America, 1915–1945 > 3. Newfoundland
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(See 1914, Aug. 4)
 
3. Newfoundland
 
 
1917
 
Resignation of Premier Sir Edward Morris, who was succeeded by Sir William F. Lloyd.  1
 
1919, May 23
 
Michael P. Cashin, premier. Elections (Nov. 1) resulted in the overthrow of the Cashin ministry, and Sir Richard A. Squires became premier.  2
 
1923
 
William R. Warren, premier.  3
 
Dec. 26
 
Grave charges of misappropriation of funds brought against Sir Richard Squires and others (later acquitted) by Premier Warren. Warren was defeated in the assembly following the arrest of Squires (April 22, 1924), and he resigned. He was succeeded by Walter Munroe.  4
 
 
 
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