The Labour Party, Nationalism and Internationalism, 1939-51 / Edition 1 available in Hardcover
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- Taylor & Francis
Breaking with the traditional accounts that place Cold War tensions at the centre of the Attlee government's activities in the immediate postwar years, R. M. Douglas's book provides an entirely new framework for reassessing British foreign policy and left-wing concepts of national identity during the most turbulent mement of Britain's modern history.
About the Author
R.M. Douglas is Assistant Professor of History, Colgate University, New York. He was awarded a PhD in History by Brown University in 1996. He is the author of Feminist Freikorps: The British Voluntary Women Police, 1914-1940 (1999) and Imperialism on Trial: International Oversight of Colonial Rule in Comparative Perspective (forthcoming)