Empire, State and Society: Britain since 1830

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2.1The House of Commons, 1833 by Sir George Hayter33
2.2Illustration of children at work in mines from an 1842 Parliamentary Report34
3.1“The Poor Man’s Friend,” by Punch cartoonist John Leech, 184555
3.2A print of 1835 shows workers operating a pair of spinning mules65
4.1A Punch cartoonist lampoons both Darwinism and an older, abolitionist image80
4.2An interior view of the British Nave of the 1851 Great Exhibition89
5.1Punch cartoon of Disraeli presenting Queen Victoria with the title “Empress of India”98
6.1A Victorian advertisement for tobacco invokes patriotism, military service, and the East114
6.2Barefoot children at the Charles Thompson Poor Children’s Mission in Birkenhead117
7.1Middlesex Music Hall poster of 1886 displays its “Wondrous Electrical Automaton”127
7.2“Socialism & the Imperialistic Will’o the Wisp”: cartoon from Justice, 1901136
8.1Christabel Pankhurst and Annie Kenny, of the Women’s Social and Political Union150
8.2Women working in a Coventry munitions plant in the First World War160
9.1Workers at Crewe demonstrate during the 1926 general strike176
9.2Hunger marchers in London in 1932184
11.1“Don’t do it, Mother” pleads a Second World War poster214
12.1British troops move through Port Said during the 1956 Suez crisis231

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