Beatrice Webb's Diaries, 1912-1924

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BEATRICE WEBB'S DIARIES 1912 - 1924

Edited by MARGARET I. COLE

With an Introduction by the RT. HON. LORD BEVERIDGE

LONGMANS, GREEN AND CO

LONDON NEW YORK TORONTO

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page *
  • Introduction v
  • Contents xix
  • Plates xxi
  • Editorial Note xxiii
  • Preface to Part I 1912-1917 1
  • Part I- 1912-1917 - September 1912--December 1913 5
  • January 1914--December 1914 17
  • January 1915--December 1915 31
  • January 1916--December 1916 52
  • January 1917--December 1917 80
  • Preface to Part II - 1918-1924 101
  • Part II - 1918-1924 105
  • January 1918--December 1918 105
  • January 1919--December 1919 141
  • January 1920--December 1920 174
  • January 1921--December 1921 203
  • January 1922--December 1922 221
  • February 1923--January 1924 233
  • Index 265
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