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I usually make up my mind about a man in ten seconds, and I very rarely change it.
Being powerful is like being a lady. If you have to tell I usually make up my mind about a man in ten seconds, There can be no liberty unless there is economic liberty. You may have to fight a battle more than once to win it. Margaret Thatcher (1925 – 2013) Early life: Margaret and her older sister Muriel: About parents: ChemistryMargaret works in the laboratory: FamilyDenis and Margaret Thatcher with children: Marriage Early political career The Russians are bent on world dominance, and they are rapidly acquiring Iron Lady Prime MinisterDomestic affairs:She lowered direct taxes on income and increased indirect taxesShe Thatcher and FitzGerald signed the Hillsborough Anglo-Irish Agreement, the first time a Foreign affairs:Thatcher became closely aligned with the Cold War policies of United The Falklands War(1982) Hong-KongThatcher agreed to hand over Hong Kong's sovereignty in 1997 Margaret Thatcher and RussiaThatcher's first foreign policy crisis came with the 1979 Thatcher was one of the first Western leaders to respond warmly to Later LifeThatcher left Downing Street in 1990 and The House of Commons In 1998, Thatcher called for the release of former Chilean dictator Augusto Awards and HonoursMember of the Order of Merit Lady Companion of the
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Слайд 1 Being powerful is like being a

Being powerful is like being a lady. If you have to lady. If you have to tell people you are, you aren't.

Слайд 2 I usually make up my mind

I usually make up my mind about a man in ten about a man in ten seconds, and I very rarely change it.

Слайд 3 There can be no liberty unless

There can be no liberty unless there is economic liberty. there is economic liberty.

Слайд 4 You may have to fight a

You may have to fight a battle more than once to win it. battle more than once to win it.

Слайд 5 Margaret Thatcher (1925 – 2013)

Margaret Thatcher (1925 – 2013)

Слайд 6 Early life:
Margaret and her older

Early life: Margaret and her older sister Muriel: sister Muriel:

Слайд 7 About parents:

About parents:

Слайд 8 Chemistry
Margaret works in the laboratory:

ChemistryMargaret works in the laboratory:

Слайд 9 Family
Denis and Margaret Thatcher with children:

FamilyDenis and Margaret Thatcher with children:

Слайд 10 Marriage

Marriage Mark and Carol

Слайд 11 Early political career

Early political career

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Слайд 13 The Russians are bent on world

The Russians are bent on world dominance, and they are rapidly dominance, and they are rapidly acquiring the means to become the most powerful imperial nation the world has seen. The men in the Soviet Politburo do not have to worry about the ebb and flow of public opinion. They put guns before butter, while we put just about everything before guns.

Слайд 14 Iron Lady

Iron Lady

Слайд 15 Prime Minister
Domestic affairs:
She lowered direct taxes

Prime MinisterDomestic affairs:She lowered direct taxes on income and increased indirect on income and increased indirect taxes
She reduced expenditure on social services such as education and housing
City Technology Colleges were opened
The policy of privatization
Thatcher was committed to reducing the power of the trade unions
The national curriculum were introduced
The policy of the fight against AIDS


Слайд 16 Thatcher and FitzGerald signed the Hillsborough

Thatcher and FitzGerald signed the Hillsborough Anglo-Irish Agreement, the first time Anglo-Irish Agreement, the first time a British government had given the Republic of Ireland an advisory role in the governance of Northern Ireland
Thatcher supported an active climate protection policy


Слайд 17 Foreign affairs:
Thatcher became closely aligned with

Foreign affairs:Thatcher became closely aligned with the Cold War policies of the Cold War policies of United States President Ronald Reagan, based on their shared distrust of Communism, although she strongly opposed Reagan's October 1983 invasion of Grenada.

Слайд 18 The Falklands War(1982)

The Falklands War(1982)

Слайд 19 Hong-Kong
Thatcher agreed to hand over Hong

Hong-KongThatcher agreed to hand over Hong Kong's sovereignty in 1997 Kong's sovereignty in 1997

Слайд 20 Margaret Thatcher and Russia
Thatcher's first foreign

Margaret Thatcher and RussiaThatcher's first foreign policy crisis came with the policy crisis came with the 1979 Soviet invasion of Afghanistan. She condemned the invasion, said it showed the bankruptcy of a détente policy, and helped convince some British athletes to boycott the 1980 Moscow Olympics. She gave weak support to American President Jimmy Carter who tried to punish the USSR with economic sanctions. Britain's economic situation was precarious, and most of NATO was reluctant to cut trade ties. It was reported that her government secretly supplied Saddam Hussein with military equipment as early as 1981. At that time she was given the nickname “Cold War Witch”.

Слайд 21 Thatcher was one of the first

Thatcher was one of the first Western leaders to respond warmly Western leaders to respond warmly to reformist Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev. Following Reagan–Gorbachev summit meetings and reforms enacted by Gorbachev in the USSR, she declared in November 1988 that "We're not in a Cold War now", but rather in a "new relationship much wider than the Cold War ever was". She went on a state visit to the Soviet Union in 1984 . Thatcher was initially opposed to German reunification, telling Gorbachev that it "would lead to a change to postwar borders, and we cannot allow that because such a development would undermine the stability of the whole international situation and could endanger our security". She expressed concern that a united Germany would align itself more closely with the Soviet Union and move away from NATO.

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Слайд 23 Later Life
Thatcher left Downing Street in

Later LifeThatcher left Downing Street in 1990 and The House of 1990 and The House of Commons in 1992
Thatcher became the first former Prime Minister to set up a foundation; which was dissolved in 2005 because of financial difficulties.
She wrote two volumes of memoirs, The Downing Street Years (1993) and The Path to Power (1995).
In August 1992, Thatcher called for NATO to stop the Serbian assault on Goražde and Sarajevo to end ethnic cleansing during the Bosnian War

Слайд 24 In 1998, Thatcher called for the

In 1998, Thatcher called for the release of former Chilean dictator release of former Chilean dictator Augusto Pinochet
In 2002, Thatcher encouraged President George W. Bush to aggressively tackle the "unfinished business" of Saddam Hussein's Iraq
In 2003 her husband died
Since 2005 she had a dementia
She died on 8 April 2013

Слайд 25 Awards and Honours
Member of the Order

Awards and HonoursMember of the Order of Merit Lady Companion of of Merit
Lady Companion of the Order of the Garter
A life peerage as Baroness Thatcher
An honorary member of the Carlton Club
The Presidential Medal of Freedom
The Freedom of the City of London honour
Grand Order of King Dmitar Zvonimir