Britain Divided: The Effect of the Spanish Civil War on British Political Opinion

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Bibliography
The Bibliography is divided into three sections. Section A covers newspapers, journals, records of proceedings, and documents. Section B comprises books and pamphlets treating specifically of Spain. Section C comprises books and pamphlets which either deal, in part, with Spain or contain essential allied material for this study.
SECTION A
The files of the leading daily and Sunday newspapers provide wide background material. For the years of the Civil War there is a most useful collection of selected press cuttings in the Press Library of the Royal Institute of International Affairs.The files of a whole number of journals are also of considerable use. They include:
The Communist International
International Press Correspondence
The New Leader
The New Statesman
The Nineteenth Century and After
The Labour Monthly
The Political Quarterly
The Round Table
Spain To-day (Volunteer for Liberty)
The Spectator
World News and Views
The most important records of proceedings are:
Parliamentary Debates: House of Commons and House of Lords.
United Nations -- Official Records of The Security Council and the General Assembly.
"Trial of the Major War Criminals before the International Military Tribunal, Nuremberg", H.M.S.O., 1947.
Reports of the Annual Conferences of the Labour Party, particularly for the years 1936, 1937, and 1939 (there was no Conference in 1938), also post- 1945 Conferences.
Reports of the Annual Congresses of the Trades Union Congress, particularly for 1936, 1937, 1938, and the post- 1945 Congresses.
The most important documents are:
"Documents on German Foreign Policy, 1918-1945", Series D, Vol. III, "Germany and the Spanish Civil War, 1936-1939", H.M.S.O., 1951.

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Britain Divided: The Effect of the Spanish Civil War on British Political Opinion
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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface vii
  • Contents ix
  • I - British Interests and the Spanish Civil War 1
  • 2 - Image and Reality 13
  • 3 - Non-Intervention 71
  • 4 - The British Right 83
  • 5 - The British Left 141
  • 6 - Spain and the Second World War 196
  • 7 - 'Conflicts -- Resolved and Unresolved' 202
  • Conclusion 234
  • Postscript 237
  • Appendix A 239
  • Appendix B 245
  • Appendix C 246
  • Appendix D 248
  • Appendix E 249
  • Appendix F 252
  • Bibliography 255
  • Index 262
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