Britain Divided: The Effect of the Spanish Civil War on British Political Opinion

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Index
Abdication Crisis, 93
Abercrombie, Professor Lascelles, 25
Aid to Spain, small-scale, 159; affected by political divisions, 162; 189; 191
Aid to Spanish Youth Committee, 227
Alba, Duke of, 66, 68, 126 Albania, 96
Alexander, A. V. (later Viscount Alexander of Hillsborough), 124
Alfonso XIII, King, 17
Amery, Leopold, aim to divide Axis, 89; folly of sanctions, critical of Chamberlain, 90
Anarchists, doctrine of 'direct action', 22; 26; and religion, 31; blame Communists, 38; Trade Unions, 114
Anglo-German Fellowship, 105, 133
Anglo-Italian Agreement, concluded, 123; comes into force, 135
Anglo-Soviet Alliance, 228
Anschluss, 83, 90
Appeasement, 72, 73
Arbitration Committees (mixed juries), 20, 21
Arms for Spain, 151, 167
Astors, family, 90
Asturian Revolt ( 1934), 15, 23; impact of suppression on Britain, 25; 146
Asua, Jiménez de, 15, 163, 164
Atholl, Katherine, Duchess of, 84, 181, 235
Atrocities and atrocity propaganda, 50; Nationalist invention,54; Republican invention, 55; Nationalist, 57; Republican, 58; admissions Nationalist and Republican, 60
Attlee, Major Clement (later 1st Earl), London Conference, 2; visits International Brigade, 3; 124, 148, 150; fraternal speech 1936 T.U.C., 162; 165, 166, 181; characterises International Brigade, 189; 212
Auden, W. H., 170
Australia, 197, 219
Austria, Vienna uprising ( 1934), 24; threats to, 116; Nazi occupation, 120
Azaña y Díaz, Manuel, 24, 27, 32, 33, 87, 108
Bagnari, B. A., 159
Bahamonde, Antonio, 54
Bakunin, Michael, 14
Baldwin, Stanley (later 1st Earl Baldwin of Bewdley), 73; retires, 100; influenced by Tom Jones, 113; 152, 165, 166
Barcelona, mass air-raids, 120
Barea, Arturo, 58, 59, 62
Barlotti, General Ambroggio, 110
Basques, 52, 209
Bass, Sir W., 148
Benes, Dr Eduard, 133
Bernanos, Georges, 57, 59
Bernhardt, Johannes, 8, 9, 78, 200
Bevan, Aneurin, attacks Labour Party Executive, 163; 186
Bevin, Ernest, 123, 147, 153; Non- Intervention must not be used against Republicans, 156; theme of democracy, 156; 159; rejects charge of British pressure on France, 160; attacks Soviet Russia and British Communists, 160; 166, 172, 182; change of emphasis, 183; Presidential address 1937 T.U.C., 183; 212, 213, 215
Bismarck, Prince Otto Christian von, British Foreign Office not clearly informed, 64; estimate of British and French position, 92
Black, John, 171, 172
Block Vote (Card Vote), 161
Blum, Mme Isabella, 226
Blum, Léon, 75, 160
Bodenschatz, Colonel, 11, 91
Bolshevik Revolution, 24
Bordeau, 6
Borkenau, Dr Franz, 31, 62
Bowers, Claude G., 65, 66; on visit of Lady Austen Chamberlain, 112n.
Brazil, 197, 219
Brenan, Gerald, on landless labourers, 17
Britain, strategic interests and trade routes, 4; investments in Spain, 8; ideological factors, 10; quality of representation at outbreak of Civil War, 64; in Madrid, 65; early links with Franco, 67; improvement in representation, 67; composition of representation to Nationalists, 68; conflicting beliefs in, 75; intercepted messages of Italian submarines, 79; pressure on France, 81; strategic threats from Italy, 102; pressure on France via Nationalists and Mussolini, 126; trade with Franco ( 1944- 1946), 215; Memorandum on Spain's activities during Second

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface vii
  • Contents ix
  • I - British Interests and the Spanish Civil War 1
  • 2 - Image and Reality 13
  • 3 - Non-Intervention 71
  • 4 - The British Right 83
  • 5 - The British Left 141
  • 6 - Spain and the Second World War 196
  • 7 - 'Conflicts -- Resolved and Unresolved' 202
  • Conclusion 234
  • Postscript 237
  • Appendix A 239
  • Appendix B 245
  • Appendix C 246
  • Appendix D 248
  • Appendix E 249
  • Appendix F 252
  • Bibliography 255
  • Index 262
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