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The British General Election of 1945.

Ronald Buchanan McCallum

The British General Election of 1945.

by Ronald Buchanan McCallum

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Published by Oxford University Press in London .
Written in English


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ContributionsReadman, Alison.
The Physical Object
Pagination312p. :
Number of Pages312
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Open LibraryOL22865972M

About this Item: Basil Blackwell, Oxford England, Soft Cover. Condition: Very Good. 1st Paperback Edition. Paperback British General Elections Since (Making Contemporary Britain) In this fully revised and updated edition of British General Elections since David Butler chronicles the demeanour and result of each post-war election. Elections of The elections were, by far, the most critical at all levels in the annals of the history of Indian sub-continent. The first Simla Conference had broken down on 14th July on the controversial issue of the representative culture of the All India Muslim League (AIML).

The most authoritative study of a landmark British General Election - the fifteenth book in the renowned Nuffield series of election studies. This highly readable account covers all the salient features - the background, the campaign, the results and the consequences of Labour's victory.   Published on This excellent film from studies the issues and the controversies of the British general election in , the year that .

The election was, as is well known, the subject of the first of the Nuffield Election Surveys, which have continued thereafter to the present day; and although that book, unlike more recent Nuffield studies, contained no account of the politics of the period preceding the election, such accounts have appeared in more recent years, most notably Cited by: 1.   In the run up to the general election, the film focuses on the electoral race of one of the local constituencies in Britain, that of Kettering in Northamptonshire.


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British General Elections Since book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. In this fully revised and updated edition of British 3/5(3). The general election which changed the course of British history; July marks 60th anniversary of the pivotal general election of the twentieth century; Published to coincide with BBC radio 4 series about election and the end of the war; Further media interest guaranteed around time of anniversary; Based on extensive interviews with many participants in the election The general /5(2).

The “Election Special“ was published by the Labour party in as the British Elector (London), a newspaper. 42 Cole, M., The General Election and After, Fabian Research Series, no.

(London, ), by: 5. 1 The works referred to are: McCallum, R. and Readman, A., British general election of (London, ), and Addison, P., The road to (London, ). I may also mention here the brief treatment in my own Britain and the Second World War (London, ).Cited by:   Between and Winston Churchill was probably the most popular British prime minister of all time.

In May his approval rating in. It is true also of the general election of when, for the first time in its history, the Labour Party won an overall majority of seats in the House of Commons. As a result the Labour government of Clement Attlee, up towas able to introduce a major programme of reforms which, for good or ill, shaped the character of British society in.

Labour, the Left, and the British General Election of Gary McCulloch The victory of the Labour party in the British general election of July was preeminently a triumph of Left over Right. Labour won seats, while the Conservatives, despite the prestige associated with their wartime leader Winston Churchill, won only As the.

For example, at the general election, Labour was 42 seats short of forming a majority, and so its majority is listed as − If the party in office changed the figure is re-calculated, but no allowance is made for changes after the general election.

Thirteen general elections have been held in Britain in the post-war period, from Clement Attlee's surprise sweep to power in to Margaret Thatcher's third consecutive victory in Butler chronicles the demeanour and result of each election, and examines how election.

5 July The election marked a watershed in British history. The successful Conservative wartime leader, Sir Winston Churchill, was defeated by Clement Attlee's Labour Party.

Several of these fourteen landmark events in British political history had unexpected results; all had far-reaching consequences. In this fully revised and updated edition of British General Elections Since David Butler chronicles the demeanor and result of each post-war election.3/5(3).

One of 15 volumes in the Nuffield Studies Series, chronicling the British General Elections from - the most comprehensive and celebrated study ever published on the UK's post-war : Palgrave Macmillan UK.Any General Election study must owe a heavy debt to Mr. R. B. McCallum and MissAlison Readman, whose British General Election of first raised the seed from which this (and, it is to be hoped, later) crops could alone be grown.The General Election of July is one of the pivotal turning points in British political history.

The Labour Party not only won its first Parliamentary majority, but also introduced a wide-ranging programme of social and economic reform which provided the basis for a political consensus lasting over thirty years.