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British Politics, Society and Empire, 1852-1945
Essays in Honour of Trevor O. Lloyd

Edited By

David W. Gutzke

ISBN 9781138230064
Published May 3, 2017 by Routledge
204 Pages 6 B/W Illustrations

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Book Description

This book draws together essays on modern British history, empire, liberalism and conservatism in honour of Trevor O. Lloyd, Emeritus Professor of Modern British history at the University of Toronto for some thirty years beginning in the 1960s. With Lloyd best known for his two histories of the Empire and of domestic Britain, published in the Short Oxford History of the Modern World series, as well as his pioneering psephological study of the 1880 General Election, the essays include analyses of Anglo-Irish relations, Florence Nightingale, Canada, muckrackers, the Primrose League and prisoners of war during World War II.

Table of Contents

    1. Trevor O. Lloyd as Teacher, Scholar, Mentor and Friend
    2. David W. Gutzke

    3. Introduction
    4. David W. Gutzke

    5. A Party for "Peers and Parsons?" The Social Composition of the Irish Conservative Party and Its Electoral Consequences, 1852-68
    6. Andrew Shields

    7. Florence Nightingale Reconsidered as the Founder of Modern Nursing
    8. Carol Helmstadter

    9. Britain, Muckraking and Transnational Exchanges
    10. David W. Gutzke

    11. Politics and the Social Sphere: The Primrose League during the First World War Matthew Hendley
    12. Baldwin’s Empire: Canada 1927
    13. Gabrielle Ward-Smith

    14. Experiences of British Prisoners of War in the Far East: Death and Their Relatives at Home from 1942

Patricia Jalland

Trevor O. Lloyd: A Bibliography

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David W. Gutzke is Professor of Modern British History at Missouri State University, USA.