Journal articles: The Road to Victory'45

 

 

Bibliography Early Years 1914-1924 1920-31 Inter War Years Road to Victory'45 Labour's leadership

 

Martin Pugh  

THE DAILY MIRROR AND THE REVIVAL OF LABOUR 1935-1945.
Twentieth Century British History  (1998) 9(3): pp.420-438.

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Suggests that the Mirror's popularity contributed to the election victory in 1945.

Nick Smart

FOUR DAYS IN MAY: THE NORWAY DEBATE AND THE DOWNFALL OF NEVILLE CHAMBERLAIN.
Parliamentary History
 (1998) 17(2): pp.215-243.

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Chamberlain was brought down by Labour's decision not to serve under him in a war time coalition.

Bill Bailey

JAMES CHUTER EDE AND THE 1944 EDUCATION ACT.
History of Education  (1995) 24(3): pp.209-220.

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James Chuter Ede, Parliamentary Secretary of the Board of Education was successful in persuading the Labour Party that the Education bill was compatible with and largely based on Labour education policy.

Richard Sibley

ESSAY IN LABOUR STATISTICS: THE SWING TO LABOUR DURING THE SECOND WORLD WAR: WHEN AND WHY?
Labour History Review
 (1990) 55(1): pp.23-29.

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Examines British Institute of Public Opinion polls taken during World War II.

   

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