Why did the Conservatives loose the general election of 1945?

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April 21, 2013

 

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The conservatives had put little effort into running the country whilst the war was going on and had assumed that winning the war would be enough to be re-elected. The conservatives had been linked to causing the war due to the appeasement methods and left the rule of Britain as a second priority up to the other men in the cabinet, mainly from the labour party...
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The conservatives had been linked to causing the war due to the appeasement methods and left the rule of Britain as a second priority up to the other men in the cabinet, mainly from the labour party. Labour had made advances on the much loved Welfare Reforms which the conservatives had failed to do leading up to the election leaving Labour looking ahead to the future but the Tories too involved in the war effort...
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