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eBook Labour's War: The Labour Party during the Second World War (Oxford Historical Monographs) ePub

by Stephen Brooke

  • ISBN: 0198202857
  • Category: World
  • Subcategory: History
  • Author: Stephen Brooke
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press (October 15, 1992)
  • Pages: 384
  • ePub book: 1668 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1733 kb
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Hardcover, 363 pages.

Hardcover, 363 pages. Labour's War: The Labour Party during the Second World War (Oxford Historical Monographs). 0198202857 (ISBN13: 9780198202851).

This history of the Labour Party during the Second World War offers a fresh look at British politics during the war years. It also demonstrates the impact of the war on the development of Labour's socialism. The Labour victory in the 1945 election remains one of the most significant turning points in modern British history, setting Britain on a new course towards the welfare state and the managed economy.

Labour's War is the first scholarly history of the Labour Party during the Second World War, and offers a fresh look at British politics during the war years.

some of the liveliest writing in the book concerns the arguements within wartime socialism.

Stephen Brooke Labour's War: The Labour Party during the Second World War (Oxford Historical Monographs). ISBN 13: 9780198202851. some of the liveliest writing in the book concerns the arguements within wartime socialism.

BROOKE, STEPHEN (Author) OXFORD HISTORICAL MONOGRAPHS (Author) Clarendon Press (Publisher). The British Labour Party and the German Social Democrats, 1900-1931. How has war in the air changed over time? KS3-4. Over two million American servicemen passed through Britain during the Second World War. In 1944, at the height of activity, up to half a million were based there with the United States Army Air Forces (USAAF). Their job was to man and maintain the vast fleets of aircraft needed to attack German cities and industry.

Labour's War: The Labour Party during the Second World War. New York: The Clarendon Press, Oxford University Press. Jonathan Schneer (a1).

Class and Conventional Wisdom', . 92. 47. An argument offered as well by James Cronin, The Politics of State Expansion. Labour's victory at the general election of 1945, the first in which the party won an absolute majority in the house of commons, had fundamental implications for Britain's post-war history. Despite this, historians have failed to examine the popular political temper which made Labour's term of office possible.

This book is the first scholarly history of the Labour Party during the Second World War . Publisher:Oxford University Press, Incorporated.

This book is the first scholarly history of the Labour Party during the Second World War, and offers a fresh look at British politics during the war years.

World War Two in Europe ended on 8 May 1945. Labour's War: The Labour Party during the Second World War by Stephen Brooke (Oxford University Press, 1992). The People's War by Angus Calder (Cape, 1969). On 23 May the parliamentary wartime coalition broke up, and Churchill returned at the head of a predominantly Conservative 'caretaker' government for the duration of the election campaign.

World War II Part 2 - The Homefront: Crash Course US History ✪ British Home Front Posters WW2 1939-1945. Labour's war: the Labour party during the Second World War (Oxford University Press, 1992). WW2 Training Film for US Soldiers How to Behave in Britain 1943. ‘Making a Reality of Collective Responsibility’: The Lord President's Committee, Coalition and the British State at War, 1941–42. Contemporary British History 2. (2015): 539-562. Fielding, . . hompson and N. Tiratsoo, 'England Arise!': The Labour Party and Popular Politics in 1940s Britain (Manchester UP, 1995), Fielding, Steven.

This book is the first scholarly history of the Labour Party during the Second World War, and offers a fresh look at British politics during the war years. Brooke examines the effect of war upon the party's ideology and policy, the experience in government of Labour leaders such as Clement Attlee and Hugh Dalton, and the tensions produced within the party by the circumstances of war. Brooke's extensively researched and original study calls into question the long-standing belief in an atmosphere of consensus among the political parties, and uncovers the sharp ideological differences which persisted throughout the war years and after.