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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Representation and reality of war.
Stroud : Sutton, 1999
|All Authors / Contributors:||
D G Wright; Keith Dockray; Keith Laybourn
|Description:||x, 262 pages ; 25 cm|
|Contents:||Bradford, Leeds and the Civil War in the west riding of Yorkshire: literary sources and their interpretation, Keith Dockray; "proper objects of the press" - naval impressment and Habeas corpus in the French revolutionary wars, Philip Woodfine; "evangelical piety and gallic flippancy" - religion and popular protest in Halifax Parish in the age of revolution, John A. Hargreaves; John Stuart Mill on war, William Stafford; the ethics of war - the Earl of Elgin and the war with China, 1857-60, J.A.G. Roberts; conservative electoral strategy, creating political stability and the advent of mass democracy, 1914-18, Andrew Taylor; the Bradford independent labour party and the First World War, Tony Jowitt, Keith Laybourn; a community of resistance - the anti-war movement in Huddersfield, 1914-18, Cyril Pearce; "the minstrel boy to the war has gone" - rifleman 3008, Patrick MacGill and a soldier's experience of the First World War, David Taylor; Englishness - the case of H.V. Morton (1892-1979), Michael Bartholomew; "about turn" - the communist party of Great Britain and the Second World War, 1939-41, Keith Laybourn; the Second World War and the reform of further education in Britain, Brendan Evans.|
|Responsibility:||edited by Keith Dockray and Keith Laybourn.|