Patriotism and Propaganda in First World War Britain: The National War Aims Committee and Civilian Morale

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Bibliography

Unpublished Primary Material

National Archives

T102/1–26: Papers of the National War Aims Committee.

CAB 23 and 24: War Cabinet Minutes and Papers.

HO45/10741/263275: Files relating to ‘Anti-Recruiting and Peace Propaganda’.

HO139/35/146–47: Press Bureau files relating to NWAC.

INF4: Papers relating to the Ministry of Information and First World War Propaganda.

PRO30/69: J. Ramsay MacDonald Papers.

T1/12519: Files related to ‘British National Film’.

T1/12292: Post-War Report on Ministry of Information and NWAC.

WO106/367: Papers of the Parliamentary Recruiting Committee.


Parliamentary Archives

Beaverbrook Papers.

Hannon Papers.

Lloyd George Papers.


London School of Economics Library

Harry Brittain Papers.

Labour Party Conference Reports.

Leicester ILP Journals.

E.D. Morel Papers.


Senate House Library, University of London

GB 0096 MS 1112 – Playne collection.


Keighley Public Library

BK424: H.A. France, Notebooks and scrapbooks concerning Keighley and the First World War.


Published Primary Material

Parliamentary Debates

National Archives Library

Reality (NWAC Weekly Newspaper).

NWAC Pamphlets (5 vols).

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