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'Iron Lady' Margaret Thatcher: 90 years anniversary

October 13, 2015, 13:55 UTC+3
October 13, 2015 marks the 90th anniversary of the birth of Margaret Thatcher
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Margaret Thatcher was the longest-serving British Prime Minister of the 20th century and is currently the only woman to have held the office. Photo: Margaret Thatcher visiting the British Rhine Army at Herford and Guetersloh, 1976
Margaret Thatcher was the longest-serving British Prime Minister of the 20th century and is currently the only woman to have held the office. Photo: Margaret Thatcher visiting the British Rhine Army at Herford and Guetersloh, 1976
Margaret Thatcher was the longest-serving British Prime Minister of the 20th century and is currently the only woman to have held the office. Photo: Margaret Thatcher visiting the British Rhine Army at Herford and Guetersloh, 1976
© AP Photo/Heinz Ducklau
Thatcher was elected Member of Parliament in 1959. Photo: Britain's Conservative party leader, Margaret Thatcher trying out medieval armor, 1978
Thatcher was elected Member of Parliament in 1959. Photo: Britain's Conservative party leader, Margaret Thatcher trying out medieval armor, 1978
Thatcher was elected Member of Parliament in 1959. Photo: Britain's Conservative party leader, Margaret Thatcher trying out medieval armor, 1978
© AP Photo/Press Association
She became Prime Minister after winning the 1979 general election. Photo: Margaret Thatcher in Strasbourg, 1979
She became Prime Minister after winning the 1979 general election. Photo: Margaret Thatcher in Strasbourg, 1979
She became Prime Minister after winning the 1979 general election. Photo: Margaret Thatcher in Strasbourg, 1979
© AP Photo/Michel Lipchitz
"Any woman who understands the problems of running a home will be nearer to understanding the problems of running a country," Thatcher once said. Photo: Margaret Thatcher in her kitchen at home in February, 1975
"Any woman who understands the problems of running a home will be nearer to understanding the problems of running a country," Thatcher once said. Photo: Margaret Thatcher in her kitchen at home in February, 1975
"Any woman who understands the problems of running a home will be nearer to understanding the problems of running a country," Thatcher once said. Photo: Margaret Thatcher in her kitchen at home in February, 1975
© AP Photo
Thatcher introduced a series of political and economic initiatives intended to reverse high unemployment and Britain's struggles in the wake of ongoing recession. Photo: Margaret Thatcher at the 25th International Boat Show in London, 1979
Thatcher introduced a series of political and economic initiatives intended to reverse high unemployment and Britain's struggles in the wake of ongoing recession. Photo: Margaret Thatcher at the 25th International Boat Show in London, 1979
Thatcher introduced a series of political and economic initiatives intended to reverse high unemployment and Britain's struggles in the wake of ongoing recession. Photo: Margaret Thatcher at the 25th International Boat Show in London, 1979
© AP Photo/Lawrence Harris
Her political philosophy and economic policies emphasised deregulation, flexible labour markets, the privatisation of state-owned companies, and reducing the power and influence of trade unions. Photo: British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher at the European Council Headquarters, 1980 in Luxembourg
Her political philosophy and economic policies emphasised deregulation, flexible labour markets, the privatisation of state-owned companies, and reducing the power and influence of trade unions. Photo: British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher at the European Council Headquarters, 1980 in Luxembourg
Her political philosophy and economic policies emphasised deregulation, flexible labour markets, the privatisation of state-owned companies, and reducing the power and influence of trade unions. Photo: British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher at the European Council Headquarters, 1980 in Luxembourg
© AP Photo
Thatcher's conviction politics, economic, social policy, and political style was called Thatcherism. She was re-elected for a third term in 1987. Photo: Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher and Queen Elizabeth II, 1980
Thatcher's conviction politics, economic, social policy, and political style was called Thatcherism. She was re-elected for a third term in 1987. Photo: Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher and Queen Elizabeth II, 1980
Thatcher's conviction politics, economic, social policy, and political style was called Thatcherism. She was re-elected for a third term in 1987. Photo: Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher and Queen Elizabeth II, 1980
© AP Photo/Press Association
Thatcher supported US foreign policy, including the deployment of US medium-range missiles in Western Europe. Photo: British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher and US President Ronald Reagan at the White House in Washington, 1981
Thatcher supported US foreign policy, including the deployment of US medium-range missiles in Western Europe. Photo: British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher and US President Ronald Reagan at the White House in Washington, 1981
Thatcher supported US foreign policy, including the deployment of US medium-range missiles in Western Europe. Photo: British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher and US President Ronald Reagan at the White House in Washington, 1981
© AP Photo
Thatcher was one of the first Western leaders to respond warmly to reformist Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev. In 1984, Gorbachev travelled to the United Kingdom, where he met British Prime Minister Thatcher
Thatcher was one of the first Western leaders to respond warmly to reformist Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev. In 1984, Gorbachev travelled to the United Kingdom, where he met British Prime Minister Thatcher
Thatcher was one of the first Western leaders to respond warmly to reformist Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev. In 1984, Gorbachev travelled to the United Kingdom, where he met British Prime Minister Thatcher
© Fotokhronika TASS/Alexander Chumichev and Yuri Lizunov
In 1988 she declared that "We're not in a Cold War now", but rather in a "new relationship much wider than the Cold War ever was". Photo: Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher at Marks and Spencer store in London
In 1988 she declared that "We're not in a Cold War now", but rather in a "new relationship much wider than the Cold War ever was". Photo: Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher at Marks and Spencer store in London
In 1988 she declared that "We're not in a Cold War now", but rather in a "new relationship much wider than the Cold War ever was". Photo: Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher at Marks and Spencer store in London
© AP Photo/Press Association
"I don't mind how much my ministers talk, as long as they do what I say," British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher said. Photo: Thatcher during her visit to Japan, 1982
"I don't mind how much my ministers talk, as long as they do what I say," British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher said. Photo: Thatcher during her visit to Japan, 1982
"I don't mind how much my ministers talk, as long as they do what I say," British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher said. Photo: Thatcher during her visit to Japan, 1982
© AP Photo/Sadayuki Mikami
Thatcher resigned as Prime Minister and party leader in November 1990. Photo: Margaret Thatcher during a visit to Cornwall, England’s most western county, 1983
Thatcher resigned as Prime Minister and party leader in November 1990. Photo: Margaret Thatcher during a visit to Cornwall, England’s most western county, 1983
Thatcher resigned as Prime Minister and party leader in November 1990. Photo: Margaret Thatcher during a visit to Cornwall, England’s most western county, 1983
© AP Photo/Peter Kemp
Thatcher returned to the backbenches as MP for two years after leaving the premiership. Photo: Margaret Thatcher sits in the cockpit in her Royal Air Force ve-10 during the flight to Hong Kong from Peking, 1984
Thatcher returned to the backbenches as MP for two years after leaving the premiership. Photo: Margaret Thatcher sits in the cockpit in her Royal Air Force ve-10 during the flight to Hong Kong from Peking, 1984
Thatcher returned to the backbenches as MP for two years after leaving the premiership. Photo: Margaret Thatcher sits in the cockpit in her Royal Air Force ve-10 during the flight to Hong Kong from Peking, 1984
© AP Photo/Bill Rowntree
She retired from the House of Commons at the 1992 election, aged 66, saying that it would allow her more freedom to speak her mind. Photo: Margaret Thatcher viewing through an opera glass she was presented with by West German Chancellor Helmut Kohl, 1989
She retired from the House of Commons at the 1992 election, aged 66, saying that it would allow her more freedom to speak her mind. Photo: Margaret Thatcher viewing through an opera glass she was presented with by West German Chancellor Helmut Kohl, 1989
She retired from the House of Commons at the 1992 election, aged 66, saying that it would allow her more freedom to speak her mind. Photo: Margaret Thatcher viewing through an opera glass she was presented with by West German Chancellor Helmut Kohl, 1989
© AP Photo
Thatcher became a peer in the House of Lords in 1992 with a life peerage as Baroness Thatcher. Photo: Margaret Thatcher at London’s King’s Cross railway, 1989
Thatcher became a peer in the House of Lords in 1992 with a life peerage as Baroness Thatcher. Photo: Margaret Thatcher at London’s King’s Cross railway, 1989
Thatcher became a peer in the House of Lords in 1992 with a life peerage as Baroness Thatcher. Photo: Margaret Thatcher at London’s King’s Cross railway, 1989
© AP Photo/Martin Cleaver
Margaret Thatcher is famously said to have slept for only four hours at night and going on vacation for a week, spending the time with her husband in Switzerland. Photo: Britain’s Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher and her husband Denis Thatcher
Margaret Thatcher is famously said to have slept for only four hours at night and going on vacation for a week, spending the time with her husband in Switzerland. Photo: Britain’s Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher and her husband Denis Thatcher
Margaret Thatcher is famously said to have slept for only four hours at night and going on vacation for a week, spending the time with her husband in Switzerland. Photo: Britain’s Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher and her husband Denis Thatcher
© AP Photo/Dave Caulkin
In 1995 Thatcher confided to a leading Conservative MP that she would not have gone into politics if she had “had her time over again” because of what it had done to her family. Photo: Margaret Thatcher during a visit to food market in Warsaw, 1988
In 1995 Thatcher confided to a leading Conservative MP that she would not have gone into politics if she had “had her time over again” because of what it had done to her family. Photo: Margaret Thatcher during a visit to food market in Warsaw, 1988
In 1995 Thatcher confided to a leading Conservative MP that she would not have gone into politics if she had “had her time over again” because of what it had done to her family. Photo: Margaret Thatcher during a visit to food market in Warsaw, 1988
© AP Photo/Martin Cleaver
When once Thatcher was asked what she had changed about British politics, she answered: "Everything." Margaret Thatcher died on 8 April 2013 at the age of 87 after suffering a stroke. Photo: Baroness Thatcher in the House of Lords, 2001
When once Thatcher was asked what she had changed about British politics, she answered: "Everything." Margaret Thatcher died on 8 April 2013 at the age of 87 after suffering a stroke. Photo: Baroness Thatcher in the House of Lords, 2001
When once Thatcher was asked what she had changed about British politics, she answered: "Everything." Margaret Thatcher died on 8 April 2013 at the age of 87 after suffering a stroke. Photo: Baroness Thatcher in the House of Lords, 2001
© AP Photo/Chris Harris/The Times/Pool
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Margaret Thatcher was the longest-serving British Prime Minister of the 20th century and is currently the only woman to have held the office. Photo: Margaret Thatcher visiting the British Rhine Army at Herford and Guetersloh, 1976
© AP Photo/Heinz Ducklau
Thatcher was elected Member of Parliament in 1959. Photo: Britain's Conservative party leader, Margaret Thatcher trying out medieval armor, 1978
© AP Photo/Press Association
She became Prime Minister after winning the 1979 general election. Photo: Margaret Thatcher in Strasbourg, 1979
© AP Photo/Michel Lipchitz
"Any woman who understands the problems of running a home will be nearer to understanding the problems of running a country," Thatcher once said. Photo: Margaret Thatcher in her kitchen at home in February, 1975
© AP Photo
Thatcher introduced a series of political and economic initiatives intended to reverse high unemployment and Britain's struggles in the wake of ongoing recession. Photo: Margaret Thatcher at the 25th International Boat Show in London, 1979
© AP Photo/Lawrence Harris
Her political philosophy and economic policies emphasised deregulation, flexible labour markets, the privatisation of state-owned companies, and reducing the power and influence of trade unions. Photo: British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher at the European Council Headquarters, 1980 in Luxembourg
© AP Photo
Thatcher's conviction politics, economic, social policy, and political style was called Thatcherism. She was re-elected for a third term in 1987. Photo: Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher and Queen Elizabeth II, 1980
© AP Photo/Press Association
Thatcher supported US foreign policy, including the deployment of US medium-range missiles in Western Europe. Photo: British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher and US President Ronald Reagan at the White House in Washington, 1981
© AP Photo
Thatcher was one of the first Western leaders to respond warmly to reformist Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev. In 1984, Gorbachev travelled to the United Kingdom, where he met British Prime Minister Thatcher
© Fotokhronika TASS/Alexander Chumichev and Yuri Lizunov
In 1988 she declared that "We're not in a Cold War now", but rather in a "new relationship much wider than the Cold War ever was". Photo: Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher at Marks and Spencer store in London
© AP Photo/Press Association
"I don't mind how much my ministers talk, as long as they do what I say," British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher said. Photo: Thatcher during her visit to Japan, 1982
© AP Photo/Sadayuki Mikami
Thatcher resigned as Prime Minister and party leader in November 1990. Photo: Margaret Thatcher during a visit to Cornwall, England’s most western county, 1983
© AP Photo/Peter Kemp
Thatcher returned to the backbenches as MP for two years after leaving the premiership. Photo: Margaret Thatcher sits in the cockpit in her Royal Air Force ve-10 during the flight to Hong Kong from Peking, 1984
© AP Photo/Bill Rowntree
She retired from the House of Commons at the 1992 election, aged 66, saying that it would allow her more freedom to speak her mind. Photo: Margaret Thatcher viewing through an opera glass she was presented with by West German Chancellor Helmut Kohl, 1989
© AP Photo
Thatcher became a peer in the House of Lords in 1992 with a life peerage as Baroness Thatcher. Photo: Margaret Thatcher at London’s King’s Cross railway, 1989
© AP Photo/Martin Cleaver
Margaret Thatcher is famously said to have slept for only four hours at night and going on vacation for a week, spending the time with her husband in Switzerland. Photo: Britain’s Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher and her husband Denis Thatcher
© AP Photo/Dave Caulkin
In 1995 Thatcher confided to a leading Conservative MP that she would not have gone into politics if she had “had her time over again” because of what it had done to her family. Photo: Margaret Thatcher during a visit to food market in Warsaw, 1988
© AP Photo/Martin Cleaver
When once Thatcher was asked what she had changed about British politics, she answered: "Everything." Margaret Thatcher died on 8 April 2013 at the age of 87 after suffering a stroke. Photo: Baroness Thatcher in the House of Lords, 2001
© AP Photo/Chris Harris/The Times/Pool

Margaret Thatcher was born 90 years ago, on October 13, 1925. Thatcher was the longest-serving British Prime Minister of the 20th century and is currently the only woman to have held the office. When once Thatcher was asked what she had changed about British politics, she answered: "Everything". TASS presents the images depicting life of the 'Iron Lady' Margaret Thatcher in this photo gallery.

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