INDEX

a
abdication crisis 54
Agadir Crisis 8 , 17
Air Defence Research Committee 55 , 56 , 111
Allied Declaration 109
Anderson, Sir John 86 , 91
appeasement 55 , 65-7 , 93
Asquith 3 , 19 , 22
Atlantic Charter 95
atomic weapons 130 , 132
Attlee, Clement 42 , 73 , 92 , 130 , 131
Auschwitz 106-10 , 115-17

b
Baldwin, Stanley 36 , 37 , 45 , 51 , 57 , 61 ;
challenge to leadership 53
Battle of Britain 78
BBC 40 , 90 , 107
Belgium 76 , 77 ;
invasion of 75
Bevin, Ernest 42
Birkenau 107 , 116 , 117
‘Black Friday’ 7
Blitz 78
Boer War 1 , 21
Bolsheviks 34
Bolshevism 40 , 93
Bomber Command 110 , 113
Bracken, Brendan 91
British Communist Party 41
British Empire 57-8 , 77 , 89 , 90 , 92 , 95 , 127
British Gazette 40 , 48
Butler, RA 122 , 125
‘Butskellism’ 123

c
Cabinet 42 , 61 , 68 ;
narrow political base 1940 73 ;
meeting of 28 May 1940 77 , 83-4 ;
War Cabinet 1940 68 , 86 ;
Overlord experiment 125 ;
War Council 19 , 21-2 , 28-9
Chamberlain, Neville 26 , 37-8 , 51 , 53 , 55 , 59 , 61 , 67 , 69 ,
downfall 70-75 , 78
Chamberlain, Joseph 1 , 3 ;
see also tariff reform
Churchill, Winston:
‘young man in a hurry’ 1 ;
political defections 2 ;
Tory Democracy 6 ;
Under Secretary of State for Colonies 3 , 34 ;
President of Board of Trade 4 , 7 ;
Home Secretary 5 , 7 ,
‘two faces of’ 9-10 , 13-15 ;
eugenics 5 , 10 ;
sterilisation 10 ;
Tonypandy 7 , 41 ;
‘Black Friday’ 7 , 41 ;
Sidney Street 8 , 11-12 ;
First Lord of the Admiralty 4 , 17 , 18 , 69 ;
‘chew barbed wire in Flanders’ 19 ;
Minister of Munitions 18 ;
Bolshevism 40 ;
Chancellor 26 , 35-9 ;
General Strike 39-42 ,
attitude to Labour 39-42 , 47-9 ;
‘black dog’ 52 ;
depression 104 ;
India 52-4 , 56-60 ;

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