Aspects of British Political History, 1914-1995

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INDEX

a
abdication, Edward VIII 80
Abortion Act (1967) 215 , 345
Abse, Leo 215
Abyssinia, Italian invasion 143 , 147 -50
Acheson, Dean 13 , 202
Act of Union (1800) 10
Adams, Gerry 285 , 331
Addison, P. 178 , 401
Adelman, P. 41 , 52 , 98 , 393 , 396
aerial warfare:
First World War 25 ;
Second World War 167 -9, 171 ;
Spanish Civil War 152
affluence, inter-war years 126
Africa, British Empire 304 , 306 , 308
Agricultural Marketing Act 98
agriculture:
minimum wage 176 ;
reforms 50
aircraft production, post-Munich 154 , 161
Aldcroft, D.H. 109 , 113 , 116 , 118 , 122 -3, 397
Alford, B.W.E. 121 , 124
Aliens Act (1905) 351
Aliens Restriction Act (1914) 351
Aliens Restrictions Act (1919) 351
'all-Ireland' policy 334 -7
Allenby, Viscount 24
Alliance, SDP/Liberal 248 -9, 255
Amin, Idi 351
Amritsar massacre (1919) 309
Anglo-German Naval Agreement (1935) 152
Anglo-Irish Agreement (1985) 334
Anglo-Irish Treaty (1921) 326 -7
Anglo-Soviet Treaty (1921) 141
Anschluss (1938) 152 , 163
appeasement policy (1933-9) 81 , 137 , 139 , 144 -65
Arab-Israeli War, third 220
Argentina, Falklands War 280
arms reductions, MacDonald 97 -8
Ashworth, W. 102 , 396
Asian minorities, immigration 351
Asquith, H.H. 41 -3, 44 , 48 , 50 -2, 55 , 57 ;
First World War 21 , 26 -8, 46 ;
General Strike 89 ;
Ireland 32 , 322 , 323 ;
women's suffrage 36 , 339
Astor, Lady 340
Atkins Committee 341
Atkins, Humphrey 334
Atlantic Alliance 264
Attlee, Clement 72 , 107 -8, 183 , 184 , 193 ;
1950 general election 192 ;
administration 7 , 18 , 261 ;
post-war government 176 ;
Second World War 171 -2, 174
Australia, tariffs 79
Austria, Credit Anstalt collapse 100
autobiographies, primary sources 362 -4

b
'back to basics' campaign (1993) 244
Baghdad Pact (1955) 267
balance of payments 35 , 208
Baldwin, Stanley 52 , 54 , 55 , 71 , 103 , 104 ;
administration 138 ;
appeasement 144 -5, 147 , 151 -3;
Conservative ascendancy 68 - 81 ;
free trade 50 ;
General Strike 4 , 82 , 85 -7, 92 -3, 95 ;
gold standard 121 ;
Lloyd George 29 ;
moderation 128 ;
Soviet Union 142 ;
Spanish Civil War 151 ;

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