| 1.1 Structure of the Conservative party organisation ||8|
| 2.1 National government candidates’ election addresses: issues of foreign and defence policy ||58|
| 2.2 Support for and against Hoare remaining as Foreign Secretary ||63|
| 2.3 The strength and evolution of Conservative opinions on sanctions against Italy ||70|
| 3.1 Responses to Chamberlain’s 24 March speech ||92|
| 3.2 Pre-Munich by-election results ||93|
| 3.3 Conservative MPs censured by local associations for criticism of foreign policy, 1935-40 ||104|
| 3.4 Examples of Conservative associations’ resolutions passed on colonial appeasement, 1936-39 ||109|
| 3.5 Conservative MPs’ and Peers’ attitudes to colonial restitution ||112|
| 3.6 By-election results October 1938-December 1938 ||113|
| 5.1 Examples of Conservative associations discussing national service, January 1937-July 1938 ||151|
| 5.2 Examples of associations debating national service, October-December 1938 ||156|
| 5.3 National service ‘advocates’—supporters of three or more motions ||159|
| 5.4 Foreign policy sceptics and national service ||162|
| 5.5 Examples of associations debating conscriptionfollowing Prague ||166|
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Book title: Facing Fascism:The Conservative Party and the European Dictators, 1935-1940.
Contributors: N. J. Crowson - Author.
Place of publication: London.
Publication year: 1997.
Page number: ix.
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