By F. McDonough
The 1st ever significant research interpreting of the perspectives of the Conservative occasion in the direction of the foremost features of Anglo-German relatives from 1905 to 1914. Drawing on a wide selection of unique assets, it examines the Conservative reaction to the German probability, and argues that the reaction of the Conservative social gathering in the direction of Germany confirmed a marked absence of open hostility in the direction of Germany. total, this crucial new learn presents a robust and late corrective to the conventional depiction of the Conservative social gathering in competition as 'Scaremongers' and the manager resource of Germanophobic perspectives one of the British political events.
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57 In South Africa, Selborne was not happy with this decision and made no secret of his own admiration for Pretyman. ‘I am glad for the sake of the navy’, he told Pretyman, ‘that you are back in the House of Commons. 58 Naval issues certainly caused in-fighting and controversy among the opposition, but on the whole they were a source of unity within a party that was divided on matters such as the constitution, tariff reform, social policy, the party leadership and organisation. Army issues also created similar levels of disunity, confusion and sometimes embarrassment.
J. Balfour, and the trustee of his father’s substantial estate. Balfour’s close connection with the Conservative ‘establishment’ was further enhanced by the fact that his godfather was the Duke of Wellington. Balfour’s education also reflected his privileged background. He attended Eton College, then Trinity College, Cambridge. Balfour took a great interest in philosophy while he was an undergraduate, and he penned a number of books on philosophical subjects, most notably, A Defence of Philosophic Doubt (1879).
64 Midleton, on the other hand, did favour conscription, but he agreed not to diverge from the official party line of opposing the policy. 65 Even worse, Midleton wanted the opposition to take a clear and independent line on army policy, thus challenging the loyal adherence of the party leadership towards the bi-partisan consensus on defence policy. In 1909, Midleton told Balfour that ‘Lord Roberts [the leader of the National Service League] is keen to have a meeting with Lansdowne, Cawdor, Milner and myself to try and get some understanding.
Conservative Party and Anglo-German Relations, 1905-1914 by F. McDonough