The Bank of England, 1891-1944 - Vol. 2

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BOOKS AND OTHER PUBLICATIONS CITED IN THE TEXT
It should be noted that this list does not purport to be a comprehensive bibliography of the subject, or even a list of all the works studied during the preparation of this book. It simply gives, for publications actually cited in this book, further detail to facilitate identification. Where not otherwise stated, the place of publication is London.
BOOKS
Asquith Cynthia (Lady) Diaries, 1915- 1918Hutchinson 1968
Baster A. S. J. The Imperial Banks P. S. King and Son 1929
Beaverbrook Maxwell Aitken (Baron) Men and Power Hutchinson 1956
Bennett E. W. Germany and the Diplomacy of the Financial Crisis, 1931 Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press 1962
Bergmann C. The History of Reparations Benn 1927
Blackett B. Planned Money Constable 1932
Blake R. The Unknown Prime Minister Eyre and Spottiswoode 1955
Bloomfield A. I. Monetary Policy under the International Gold Standard: 1880-1914 New York: Federal Reserve Bank 1959
Bowman I. The New World (4th Edn rev.) Harrap 1929
Boyle A. Montagu Norman Cassell 1967
Bresciani-Turroni C. Le Vicende del Marco Tedesco, tr. M. E. Sayers as The Economics of Inflation Allen and Unwin 1937
Brown, E. H. Phelps see Phelps Brown, E. H.
Burgess, W. R. see Strong, B.
Cassel G. Money and Foreign Exchanqe after 1914 Constable 1922
Cater Ryder and Co. Ltd. Cater Ryder, 1816-1966: Discount Bankers Cater Ryder and Co. Ltd 1966
Chandler L. V. Benjamin Strong, Central Banker Washington, D.C.: Brookings Institution 1958
Clapham John (Sir) The Bank of England ( 2 Vols.) Cambridge: University Press 1944
Clare G. A Money-Market Primer Effmgham Wilson 1891
Clarke S. V. O. Central Bank Co-operation 1924-1931 New York: Federal Reserve Bank 1967

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