British Political Biography as History
Stephen E. Koss surveys the crowded field of recently published British political biographies, illuminating major trends and evaluating the collective contribution of biographical writing to the study of history.
Liberal Politics in the Age of Gladstone and Rosebery: A Study in Leadership and Policy, D. A. Hamer Reviewed by Stephen E. Koss
Lloyd George: Twelve Essays, A. J. P. Taylor ; Politicians at War, July 1914 to May 1915: A Prologue to the Triumph of Lloyd George, Cameron Hazlehurst Reviewed by Stephen E. Koss
Conscience and Politics: The British Government and the Conscientious Objector to Military Service, 1916-1919, John Rae Reviewed by Stephen E. Koss
Imperial Sunset, Vol. I: Britain's Liberal Empire, 1897-1921, Max Beloff Reviewed by Stephen E. Kossmore by this author
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