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Politicians and the war, 1914-1916.
Beaverbrook, William Maxwell Aitken Lord.
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World War, -- Great Britain. Great Britain -- Politics and government -- Statesmen. Get this from a library. Politicians and the war, [Beaverbrook, Lord]. Title: Politicians and the War: Author: Beaverbrook, The Rt. Hon Lord. Edition: Single volume reprint of original was published in 2 volumes in and Illustrations: Frontis and 13b.
illus. Location Published: London, Oldbourne Book. IN POLITICIANS AND THE WAR, PETER FRASER Dalhousie University In spite of occasional protests Lord Beaverbrook's narrative of British domestic politics during the first world war seems to retain the authority of a primary source. 1 This is.
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Margot had both the literary gifts and the vantage point to create, in 45(1). Politicians and the War, - - Beaverbrook, Max Aitken, Baron, For perhaps the best-known account see Beaverbrook, Politicians and the War, Book II; but for a corrective see John O. Stubbs, Beaverbrook as Historian: Politicians and the War Reconsidered, Albion, 14, 34, Fall-Winterpp.
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Add to Watchlist | People who viewed this item also viewed. Martin Gilbert. Sir Martin Gilbert () was a leading British historian and the author of more than eighty books. Specializing in 20th century history, he was the official biographer of Winston Churchill and wrote a best-selling eight-volume biography of the war leaders in London inMartin Gilbert was evacuated to Canada with his family at the beginning of World War.
The Liberals and the Great War, by Dr Michael Lynch. University of Leicester. new perpective Volume 2. Number 2. December Summary: The collapse of Liberal fortunes was remarkably rapid and the First World War is a central reason for Liberal electoral decline.
Not only were Liberal principles compromised by the needs of war but the war was the occasion for a profound split. The Britannica Book of the War (New York: Encyclopaedia Britannica, ) (page images at HathiTrust) Colour-Blind Neutrality: An Open Letter to Doctor George Brandes (London et al.
: Hodder and Stoughton, ), by William Archer. page images at HathiTrust; page images here at Penn. We did not fight. experiences of war resisters, Londonp. Daily News and Leader, 2 September and H. Massingham, Letter to the Editor, The Times, 5 Septemberquoted in the Preface to Bertrand Russell, On Justice in Wartime (London, ), viii-ix, from an initial selection collated by the publisher George.
Political Intrigue — – The way international intrigue was used to depose the Right Honourable H.H. Asquith when he was Prime Minister of Great Britain in was explained to me by a man who was extremely well informed. I met him while serving as King’s Messenger in The German population responded to the outbreak of war in with a complex mix of emotions, in a similar way to the populations in other countries of Europe; notions of overt enthusiasm known as the Spirit of have been challenged by more recent scholarship.
The German government, dominated by the Junkers, saw the war as a way to end being surrounded by hostile powers France, Russia and.Without the advantage of birth or social connections, Horatio Herbert Kitchener rose rapidly in the Army, from obscure subaltern to the most acclaimed soldier in Britain.
In Augustin the hour of his country’s greatest need, he dutifully responded to the call to serve as secretary for war.