The Coalition Diaries and Letters of H.A.L. Fisher, 1916-1922: The Historian in Lloyd George's Cabinet
v. 4: Bibliography, Biographical Profile Index, Subject Index
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|Format:||Hardback, 248 pages, illustrated edition Edition|
|Other Information: ||Illustrations, ports. (some col.)|
|Published In: ||United States, 01 April 2006|
HAL Fisher was the only professional historian to sit in the British Cabinet and was a member of the first genuine coalition in modern British history. He was an academic who recorded the great events in history, and his diaries and letters attest to his remarkable career as an educator, public servant, and scholar.
Table of Contents
Volume I:; List of Photographs; Jackson, Fisher and Ilbert Family Trees; Preface by Sir Martin Gilbert; Acknowledgements; Common Names; Abbreviations; 1. Introduction; 2. 1916 with Appendices; 3. 1917 with Appendices; 4. 1918 with Appendices; Volume II:; 5. 1919 with Appendices; 6. 1920 with Appendices; Volume III:; 7. 1921 with Appendices; 8. 1922 with Appendices; Volume IV:; List of Books Cited in Text; Bibliography; Index with Biographical References; Subject Index.
About the Author
F. Russell Bryant is a member of the History Department at the University of Alabama.
"The wealth of historical material in these volumes is astonishing... Dr. Russell's introduction gives a fascinating survey of Fisher's life and opinions... These volumes transcend the diary of a single individual to become a source book for the British conduct of the First World War, and the struggle to create a just peace once the war ended." - Sir Martin Gilbert, Honorary Fellow, Merton College, Oxford"
|Publisher: ||Edwin Mellen Press Ltd|