Hitler, Munich and the Second World War
in The Labour Party and the world, volume 1

This chapter focuses on the Labour Party decision to join forces with Winston Churchill in a coalition government to support Great Britain's war effort. It suggests that World War I marked a decisive break with the past for the Labour Party, pointing to the way that Labour governments in the future would approach foreign and defence policy. During this period the party's vision of a post-war international order was based on the acceptance of the idea of subordinating national sovereignty to world institutions and obligations, and on the need for international economic planning.

The Labour Party and the world, volume 1

The evolution of Labour’s foreign policy, 1900–51

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