Empire, State and Society: Britain since 1830

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Abercrombie, Patrick 179
Acheson, Dean 233
Act of Toleration (1690) 25
Adams, Gerry 284, 288, 292
Addams, Jane 136
advertising 113, 114, 145
Aesthetic Movement 140
aesthetics 141–3
Afghanistan 43, 97, 291
Africa: 1830–1867 75; 1867–1910 101, 139; WWI 156, 158; 1919–1939 172; 1945–1979 223, 229–30, 232; see also individual countries
agriculture: before 1830 16–17, 22; 1830–1867 31, 41–2, 52–3, 62–3; 1867–1910 111–12, 113–15, 119, 123; WWI 161; 1979–2007 287
Albert, Prince Consort 38–9
Ali, Monica 301
Allenby, Edmund Henry Hynman, 1st Viscount 158
Anderson, Lindsay 265
Anderson Shelters 213
Anglican Church: before 1830 10, 25–6; 1830–1867 36, 39–40, 59, 72, 73, 74, 75, 76; 1867–1910 96, 105, 128–30, 131, 135; 1945–1979 268; 1979–2007 307
Anscombe, Elizabeth 272
Anthropological Institute 83
anthropology 82
anti-Catholicism see Catholicism
Anti-Corn Law League see Corn Law repeal
anti-slavery movement 13, 26, 27, 35, 48, 75, 131
Antonioni, Michelangelo 266
Arch, Joseph 119
architecture 88–9, 194
Argentina 284–5
aristocracy: before 1830 8, 15; 1830–1867 32, 45, 56–8, 68; 1867–1910 112, 115, 121, 125–6, 144; WWI 148, 198; 1919–1939 195–6, 197; 1979–2007 310
Armenians 105
Armistice Day 165
Armstrong, Elizabeth 111
Arnold, Matthew 86, 260
art 88, 140–3, 145, 192–3, 218, 263–4, 270, 302
Art Deco 194
Arts Council 260, 298
Asquith, Herbert 108, 133, 162, 163, 174
astrology 130
Atkins, Frederick 131–2
Atlantic Charter (1941) 210
Attlee, Clement 208, 220, 224, 228, 244
Auden, W.H. 193
Australia: before 1830 12, 13; 1830–1867 44, 68, 104, 105; 1867–1910 112; WWI 154, 156, 164; 1919–1939 172; WWII 210, 219; 1945–1979 226

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