Henderson’s Party : War and Reconstruction (1914–22)
Although the Labour Party had by no means ignored questions of foreign policy before July 1914, it was only with the outbreak of war that they became of paramount importance. From then onwards until 1918 and indeed in the early post-war years, up to 1922, issues of war and diplomacy were dominant in the party’s councils.
KeywordsForeign Policy Trade Union Short History Labour Movement Union Leader
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