The British Peace Movement

  • - A British Socialist (anon.)
Keywords: History

Abstract

There are many signs that in recent months a new political mood has developed in Britain. Two of the most obvious are the flood of letters received by newspapers and Members of Parliament, and the unusually large attendance at public meetings. These are the normal barometers of opinion; but anyone who travels about the country can supply other examples of the anxious reaction of the British people to events in the Far East, to the proposal to rearm Germany, and to the general drift to war.
Published
1951-04-03
Section
Articles