Britain and the Problem of International Disarmament, 1919-1934

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INDEX

a
Admiralty:
Alexander and 36 ;
Churchill and 30 ;
Conservatives 66 , 176 ;
Coolidge Naval Conference 99 - 100 , 104 -5, 107 , 109 -11, 113 ;
France 97 ;
General Act 132 ;
Hoover Plan 148 ;
Lloyd George and 40 ;
London Naval Conference 120 -1, 124 -5, 135 , 177 ;
MacDonald and 76 , 120 , 175 ;
naval holiday 58 ;
naval supremacy 43 -4;
Preparatory Commission 130 ;
Singapore naval base 79 - 80 , 87 -8;
Snowden and 35 ;
supervision 156 ;
Treaty of Mutual Assistance 70 , 72 ;
Washington Naval Conference 47
aggression, acts of 15 - 16 , 68 - 70 , 72 -4, 81 -3, 86 , 92 , 94
aggressive weapons 14 , 140 , 142 , 146
air armaments 49 , 54 -7, 58 , 64 , 96 -7, 128 -9
air force:
Britain 48 , 56 , 66 -7, 94 , 116 , 128 -9, 137 ;
France 22 , 48 , 55 , 66 -7, 75 , 89 , 94 , 128 , 137 , 169 ;
Italy 128 ;
limitation of 61 , 69
Air Ministry 55 , 76 , 128 -31, 154 -5
aircraft 30 , 56 , 64 , 129 , 131 , 157 , 160 , 166 ,
see also bombers;
aviation:
civil, military, naval
aircraft carriers 53 , 57 , 64 , 146
Alexander, A.V. 36 , 116 , 121
Allies and postwar Germany 13 - 15
Amery, Leopold S. 26 -7, 31 , 71 -2, 75 , 88 , 90
Amulree, Lord 116
arbitration 30 , 81 -2, 86 , 91 -2, 116 -17, 126
armaments, land 27 , 49 , 54 -6, 58 - 60 , 63 , 64 , 67 , 97 , 112 , 114 , 146
arms control 7 , 16
arms race 9 - 10 , 20 , 31 , 98 , 135 , 166
army:
Britain 20 -1, 42 , 48 , 55 , 59 , 66 -7, 94 , 148 , 169 ;
France 37 , 48 , 75 , 89 ;
Germany 14 , 165 -6;
limitation of 67 -8, 128 , 133 -4;
size of 146 ;
standardisation of 157 -9, 163 ;
standing 61
artillery 144 , 165
Australia 78 -9
Austria 19 , 134
auxiliary vessels 50 , 53 -4, 64 , 99 , 104 , 176
aviation:
civil 30 , 56 , 94 , 145 , 155 , 158 , 167 ;
military 14 , 30 , 94 , 144 -5;
155 , 158 , 162 , 167 ;
naval 145 , 155 , 162 , 167

b
Baldwin, Stanley:
as Conservative minister 26 ;
Coolidge Naval Conference 109 ;
on disarmament 39 , 145 ;
Disarmament Conference 168 ;
French air power 66 -7;
Geneva Naval Conference 12 ;
government 65 , 73 , 87 -8, 112 , 175 -6;
and MacDonald 78 ;
resignation (1939) 115 ;
Treaty of Mutual Assistance 73
Balfour, Earl of 27 , 44 , 47 , 49 - 53 , 56 -7, 65 -7, 88 , 93 , 99
Barthou, Louis 170 -2
Beatty, Earl 26 , 50 -1, 53 , 80 , 93 , 99 - 100 , 104 -5, 120
Belgium 29 , 89 - 93 , 169
belligerent rights 107 , 120
Bessinge 142 -3

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Acknowledgements viii
  • 1 - Introduction 1
  • 2 - The Concept and Context of Disarmament, 1919-34 7
  • 3 - The Human Element 23
  • 4 - The Lloyd George Coalition Government, 1918-22 42
  • 5 - The Conservative Governments, 1922-3, and the First Labour Government, 1924 65
  • 6 - The Conservative Government, 1924-9 87
  • 7 - The Labour Government, 1929-31 115
  • 8 - The National Government, 1931-4 136
  • 9 - Conclusion 174
  • Notes 181
  • Bibliography 207
  • Index 216
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