INDEX

PREFATORY NOTE
To the normal contents of an Index has been added here a special feature -- of giving in brackets before the index entries brief biographical particulars about most of those whose names appear in the Index. For persons for whom biographies are ready to hand the particulars given here are confined as a rule to birth and death years, helping to place them in time in relation to the story. For others less universally known, particulars are given with a view both to identifying them and to bringing out points of personal interest about them not included in this volume or its index entries; in effect the index particulars take the place of footnotes which otherwise might have adorned or disfigured the text of the volume itself. Naturally no particulars are given for those who appear only as historic names or as writers from the past -- Jeremy Bentham, Shelley, Galileo, William Harvey and their like.Most of the abbreviatios used to save space in presenting these particulars leave no doubt as to their meaning. Those calling for explanation are as follows:
C.O.S. Charity Organisation Society
C.U.B. Central (Unemployed) Body for London
L.C.C. London County Council
LE. Labour Exchanges
L.S.E. London School of Economics and Political Science
Academic Assistance Council, 236-7passim; appeal for support, 236, 246; formed, 236; statement announcing, 236, 237; also239. See also Society for the Protection of Science and learning
Academic Freedom Fund, 235. See also Academic Assistance Council
Ackland, Thomas Gans [ 1851-1916. Actuary with Gresham Life Assurance Society to 1896 (Manager from 1888). Consulting Actuary thereafter and Actuarial Adviser to Board of Trads ], 83
Adams, Jameson Boyd [ 1880-1953. Second in command,Antarctic Expedition 1907-09; Civil Service 1909-34; Sec. of King George's Jubilee Trust 1935-48], 76, 77, 374
Adams, Walter [ 1906- . Lecturer, History, Univ. Coll. London 1926-34; Secretrary, Academic Assistance Council 1933-38; Secretary, L.S.E. 1938-46; Secretary, Inter-University Council Higher Education in Colonies 1946- ], 237
Addison, Christopher [ 1869-1951. Viscount 1945], 132fn.
Adler, Herr, 151
Admiralty, the, 117, 118-19
Advisory Committee on Reconstruction (established by William Jowitt), appointed Member of, 312
Aircraft Production, Ministry of, 277
Air Ministry, established end of 1917, 117
Air Raids, 1917, 146-7
Air Raids, World War II, 274-6
Aldwych ( London) origin of, 40
All Souls College, Oxford, 9, 10
Allen, Edward Heron, 107
Amalgamated Society of Engineers, agree to relaxation of trade practices for war work only, 123; other references, 62, 161, 162
Amalgamated Society of Wood Cutting Machinists, 77
American Federation of Labour, 320
Anderson, Alan Garrett [ 1877-52. Director, Orient, P. and O., and British India Shipping Lines; Wheat Commision and Ministry of Food in World War I; M.P., City of London 1935-40; Controller of Railways, Ministry of War Transport 1941-45], 148, 163
Anderson, John [ 1882- . In Civil Service 1905-32; Governor of Bengal 1932-375 M.P. (Nat.), Scottish Universities 1935- 50and Ministerial offices 1938-45, ending with Chancellor of Exchequer; Chairman, Port of London Authority 1946- Viscount Waverley1952], heads Lord President's Committee, 278; interview with, 327; speech in House of Commons on Beveridge Report, 324; suggests need for Labour Supply Inquiry, 287; also405.
Ansell, A. G., 150
Apuleius, 147
Approved Society System, argument with friendly Societies as to terms of abolition

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