2 edition of Gladstone and Britain"s imperial policy. found in the catalog.
Gladstone and Britain"s imperial policy.
1st ed. originally published, Allen & Unwin, 1927.
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Gladstone and Britain's Imperial Policy 1st Edition by Paul Knaplund (Author) ISBN Cited by: Gladstone and Britain's imperial policy by Paul Knaplund.
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Gladstone and Britain's imperial policy. New York, Macmillan Co., (OCoLC) Named Person: W E Gladstone; W E Gladstone: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Paul Knaplund.
British Foreign and Imperial Policy explores Britains role in International Affairs from the age of Gladstone and Disraeli to the end of the First World War, exploring such themes as Britain's involvement in the Scramble for Africa, the Anglo-Boer War, the foreign policy of Lord Salisbury and the prospects for Britain and the Empire at the end of the First World War.
Gladstone and Britain's imperial policy. [London] F. Cass,[©] (OCoLC) Named Person: W E Gladstone; William Ewart Gladstone; W E Gladstone: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Paul Knaplund.
Gladstone and Britain's imperial policy by Knaplund, Paul, Publication date Topics Gladstone, W. (William Ewart),Great Britain -- Colonies Publisher Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by stationcebu on J SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata) Pages: Gladstone and Britain's Imperial Policy.
By PAUL KNAP-LUND. New York, The Macmillan Company, pp. $ Early in Gladstone's first administration it was common belief that the dissolution of the British Empire was at hand, and that the Prime Minister and his colleagues were actually trying to bring it about.
British Foreign and Imperial Policy explores Britains role in International Affairs from the age of Gladstone and Disraeli to the end of the First World War, exploring such themes as Britain's. Allen and Unwin. 10s. 6d.)—Dr.
Knaplund, who holds a chair of history at Wisconsin, shows in this interesting essay that Gladstone in and was advocating in principle the policy which was adopted at last year's Imperial Conference, namely, that the greater colonies —now Dominions—should be accorded the fullest possible freedom to arrange their own affairs.
Britain and its empire - the most powerful internationalist institutional force at the time - played a key role in determining the global response to these events.
This book considers the first attempt to intervene on behalf of the victims of the massacres and to prosecute those responsible for 'crimes against humanity' using newly uncovered archival by: 1. British Imperial and Foreign Policy is the ideal book for students studying the rise and fall of Britain's imperial power and the policies adopted in these times of change.5/5(1).
Gladstone and Britain’s Imperial Role Imperialism has now become a term of abuse, but Dr Eugenio Biagini shows that Gladstonian Liberal policy aimed to develop a partnership of self-governing colonies.
Eschewing old hagiographic accounts as much as recent revisionist critiques, in the present article I shall suggest that Gladstone’s. This book examines the ways in which imperial agendas informed the writing of history in nineteenth-century Britain and how historical writing transformed imperial agendas.
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[Hamden, Conn.] Archon Books, (OCoLC) Named Person: W E Gladstone; W E Gladstone: Material Type: Biography: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Paul Knaplund.
Michelle Tusan’s The British Empire and the Armenian Genocide: Humanitarianism and Imperial Politics from Gladstone to Churchill traces the role of Britain in shaping response and direct intervention to the atrocities committed in Armenia in As the title suggests, Tusan investigates two converging arenas, namely, British policy and politics, Author: Doina Anca Cretu.
Palmerston's death left a vacancy. Gladstone was altogether more internationally minded - the protagonist of an ethical foreign policy that sometimes meant compromise over some of Britain's interests. William Ewart Gladstone PC FRS FSS (/ ˈ ɡ l æ d s t ən /; 29 December – 19 May ) was a British statesman and Liberal politician.
In a career lasting over 60 years, he served for 12 years as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, spread over four terms beginning in and ending in He also served as Chancellor of the Exchequer four times. Children: 8, including William, Helen, Henry, Herbert.
And when Britain and France, two old imperial powers that had occupied Libya afterbegan bombing that country earlier this year, there was much talk in. Shipping Weight: pounds (View shipping rates and policies) Customer Reviews: Be the first to write a review; Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2, in Books (See Top in Books) # in Historical British Biographies # in European History (Books) # in Political Leader BiographiesCited by: William Ewart Gladstone, (born DecemLiverpool, England—diedHawarden, Flintshire, Wales), statesman and four-time prime minister of Great Britain (–74, –85,–94).
Early life. Gladstone was of purely Scottish descent. His father, John, made himself a merchant prince and was a member of Parliament (–27). Shannon, review of D. Bebbington William Ewart Gladstone: Faith and Politics in Victorian Britain (Grand Rapids, MI, ) in The English Historical.
Read this book on Questia. Perhaps the most eminent of eminent Victorians, a master alike of parliamentary debate and public oratory, and regarded as the greatest Christian statesman of his day, William Ewart Gladstone () governed Britain at a time when the country stood at the apex of world affairs.
As such this book provides an ideal entry point into the Victorian world and Gladstone's thinking about such questions as financial policy, the relevance of morality to foreign policy, the claims of national sentiment, Britain's responsibility as an imperial power, and the role of public opinion in policy.
William Ewart Gladstone was Prime Minister of Great Britain on four separate occasions between and He was noted for his moralistic leadership and his emphasis on world peace, economical budgets, political reform and efforts to resolve the Irish one saw himself as a national leader driven by a political and almost religious mission, which he.
This work reexamines the British invasion of Egypt in Gladstone systematically created a rationale for intervention against Arabi and the national movement in Egypt toward independence, provoked the Alexandria Riots but blamed Arabi for them, and used them to justify Wolseley's expedition, already planned, to save Egypt.
These actions annihilated Egypt's constitutional 5/5(1). The Foreign Policy of Gladstone's Second Administration The Foreign Policy of Gladstone's Second Administration Odell, Elwyn H. Footnotes 1. From the Spectator, Feb. 8,in J.
Morley, “Life of Gladstone,” vol. II, pp. – to what extent was disraeli’s imperial policy driven by a vision of empire. Imperialism is a policy of dominating other nations by acquisition of dependencies or through trade.
Disraeli was viewed as a great defender of the British Empire, a man keen to uphold Britain. By comparing Gladstone and Disraeli, Leonard has found a useful way of elucidating the major themes of political struggle in Victorian Britain.
Over issues like free trade, the status of Ireland and Britain’s imperial expansion, the two men are consistently on opposite sides of political debate, if not entirely consistent in their individual.
The bombardment of Guangzhou during the first Opium War in HONG KONG — InBritain went to war with China over questions of trade, diplomacy, national dignity and, most importantly. Gladstone and Disraeli surveys and compares the careers of these two influential Prime Ministers.
Stephen J. Lee examines how Gladstone and Disraeli emerged as leaders of the two leading parties and goes on to consider their time in power, analyzing many different aspects of their careers. Using a wide variety of sources and historiography, Lee compares and contrasts the beliefs of Gladstone.
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United Kingdom - United Kingdom - Gladstone and Disraeli: In the large urban constituencies the demand for a new and active liberalism had already been gaining ground, and at Westminster itself Gladstone was beginning to identify himself not only with the continued advance of free trade but also with the demand for parliamentary reform.
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The British statesmen believed they were helping to spread universal economic truths and anew moral order based on international peace and mutual Size: KB. Britain and its empire - the most powerful internationalist institutional force at the time - played a key role in determining the global response to these events.
This book considers the first attempt to intervene on behalf of the victims of the massacres and to prosecute those responsible for 'crimes against humanity' using newly uncovered. William Ewart Gladstone dominated British politics in the heyday of classical liberalism.
He entered Parliament at first held a cabinet post at 34, and delivered his last speech as a Member when he was He served as Prime Minister four times. Nobel Laureate F.A. Hayek ranked Gladstone among the greatest classical liberals.
Lord Acton believed Gladstone. Chapter one focuses on W.E. Gladstone and his belief that Britain as an empire had a moral obligation for humanitarian intervention throughout the world.
Chapter two traces the new foreign diplomacy that emerged from this belief as humanitarianism was integrated into British foreign policy through philanthropy, aid, and relief : Fatma Müge Göçek.
Strategy and Foreign Policy in Great Britain, – From the Pursuit of the Balance of Power to Appeasement. On morality in foreign policy, see Gladstone’s Third Midlothian Campaign Speech, British Foreign and Imperial Policy, – (London, ), pp. 57– Google Scholar. Author: B.
J. C. McKercher. Buy The British Empire and the Armenian Genocide: Humanitarianism and Imperial Politics from Gladstone to Churchill (INT Lib of C20th History) by Michelle Tusan (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low Author: Michelle Tusan.Gladstonian liberalism is a political doctrine named after the British Victorian Prime Minister and leader of the Liberal Party, William Ewart Gladstone.
Early Gladstonian liberalism consisted of limited government expenditure and low taxation whilst making sure government had balanced budgets and the classical liberal stress on autonomy and.