Abbeville, Conference at, Apr. 1918, 145, 146.
Abdication of Edward VIII, 248, 249.
Aberystwyth, National Eisteddfod at, 1916, 264.
Abyssinian Question, 243, 244; invasion of Abyssinia by Italy, 249, 251; Neville Chamberlain and Halifax toast King of Italy as Emperor of Abyssinia, 252.
Acetone, shortage of, in First World War, 126.
Acland, Sir Francis Dyke, 216.
Action, Council of, 1935, 243, 251, 253, 289.
Acts of Parliament. See Parliament, Acts of
Adams, W. G. S., 94.
Addison, Christopher (Viscount Addison), 70, 83, 124, 125, 126, 156.
Afforestation, Lloyd George's interest in, 37.
Agadir Incident, 46.
Agricultural Act, 1920, 195.
Agricultural Rating Bill, 1896, 25.
Agriculture, Lloyd George's interest in, 37; his proposals for increased employment in, 1935, 239, 244.
Aisne, French Battle of, 1917, 112.
Aitken, Max. See Beaverbrook, Lord.
Alcohol, increase in duties on, to restrict consumption in First World War, 53, 68.
Aldrovandi, Count, 166.
Allen of Hurtwood, Lord, 242.
Allenby, Viscount, 116, 154, 27l.
Allied Joint Council, Lloyd George proposes formation of. 1917, 133.
Allotment, provision of land for, 1925, 216.
Alsace-Lorraine, restoration to France, 128, 129, 131.
Altrincham, Lord. See Grigg, Edward.
Ambassadors' Conference, 1920, 179.
Ambassadors, Council of, at Peace Conference, 1919, 167.
American Marconi Company, 43, 44.
Amery, L. S., 94, 135.
Amiens, Battle of, 1918, 154.
Anatolia, Western: Greek invasion of, 1919, 198.
Anderson, Sir John, 189.
Androcles and the Lion ( Shaw), 277.
Anglo-American Guarantee: promise of, to France, 175; collapse of, 212.
Anglo-French Naval Agreement, 1928, 227.
Anglo-French Pact: negotiations for, 172, 182; draft of, 180, 181.
Anglo-German Naval Agreement, 245.
Anglo-Italian Agreement, 1938, 251.
Anglo-Russian Treaty, 1942, 258.
Anti-Comintern Pact, 250.
Anti-Semitism in Germany, 242.
Antoine, General, 120.
Appeasement, policy of, 243, 250, 251.
Approved Societies, institution of, 40.
Arabia: freed from Turkish domination, 199.
Arbitration, compulsory: in trade disputes, 124; international, 212.
Archangel, 70.
Armaments Output Committee, 1915, 64.
Armaments, reduction of. See Disarmament.
Armenia: hopes that the United States would accept mandate for, 197.
Armistice, The, 1918: first proposals for, 154, 155; signing of, 158; relation of, to Peace Treaty, 166. See also under enemy countries concerned.
Army Act, 137.
Army of Occupation, 162, 174.
Arras, Battle of, 1917, 112, 113.
Arthur, Sir George, 58.
Asquith, H. H. ( Earl of Oxford and Asquith), 31, 47, 48, 51, 54, 60, 62, 69, 75, 83, 84, 90, 93, 127, 134, 148, 150, 192, 207, 222, 224, 283, 289; Home Secretary, 1892, 17; moves Suspensory Bill, as preliminary to Welsh Disestablishment, 1893, 17; introduces Bill for Disestablishment of Church in Wales, 1894, 19; Chancellor of the Exchequer, 1906, 33; speeches during Tariff Reform Campaign, 1903-6, 35; Prime Minister, Apr. 1908, 35; supports Lloyd George in his proposals for taxation of land values, 1908, 36; returned to power in General Election of Jan. 1910, 38; member of Buckingham Palace Conference on constitutional issue arising from rejection of Budget by House of Lords, 1910, 39; advises appointment of Kitchener to War Office, 1914, 49; sets up Munitions of War Committee, 1915, 59; leader of first Coalition

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