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

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Index
Note: names of localities generally refer to parliamentary constituencies.
agents, political (see political parties, agents of)
air raids 76, 117
alcohol 187
Allenby, Edmund 97–98
Angell, Norman 109
Anglesey 69
Anglo-Saxonism 103, 145, 146–47, 157
animals and national characteristics 90, 119–20, 146
anti-Semitism 131, 132, 160 n. 80
Armenia 102, 128–29, 228
Ashington 261–62
Asquith, Herbert 24, 29, 30, 60, 102, 154, 188, 228, 232, 235, 239, 267
Aston, Sir George 153, 218, 269
atrocities 6–7, 102, 114–20, 132–33, 273
Australia 89, 104, 111
Austria-Hungary 127–28
Bairnsfather, Bruce 56
Baldwin, Stanley 41
Banbury, Sir Frederick 218–219, 221
Barnes, George 29, 79, 245, 262
Barnstaple 70, 89, 136, 148, 151, 156, 173, 235
Barrow-in-Furness 247, 250
Bath 159
Battersea 178
Beaverbrook, Lord 12, 37, 53, 226–27
Belgium 87, 116, 127, 141, 152–53, 154, 156, 228
Bellairs, Carlyon 220, 224
Bennett, Arnold 236, 238
Bernhardi, Friedrich von 122
Bethmann-Hollweg 127
Bideford 254
Birmingham 258
Birkenhead 81
Blatchford, Robert 132
Blood, W.F. 120
Bonar Law, Andrew 29, 30, 64, 181
Bone, Muirhead 25
Boraston, Sir John 30
Bottomley, Horatio 233, 234–36, 240, 257
Bradford 63
Brace, William 81, 126, 134, 153, 159, 201, 243
Brecon 128, 193–94
Brest-Litovsk, Treaty of 127, 128
British Broadcasting Corporation 272
British Commonwealth Union 241
British Socialist Party (BSP) 18, 23
British Workers’ National League/ British Workers’ League (BWNL/BWL) 23, 60, 135, 210, 217, 227, 231, 232, 243, 244–45

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