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Pamphlets, 1900-18

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MS. Milner dep. 156

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  1. (item 1) G.G. Coulton, A strong army in a free state (1900)
  2. (item 2) F.E.B. Seely, A forgotten lesson? (1902)
  3. (item 3) Camille Favre, A model for a national militia (1904)
  4. (item 4) T.C. Horsfall, The relation of national service to the welfare of the community (1904)
  5. (item 5) Memorandum and articles of association of the National Service League (1906)
  6. (item 6) Journal of the Royal United Service Institution, May 1907
  7. (item 7) C. Court Repington, Peace Strategy (Aldershot Military Society, 1907)
  8. (item 8) The Nation in arms, June 1909
  9. (item 9) Estimate of the numbers and the cost involved under the scheme of training proposed by the National Service League (1909)
  10. (item 10) E.H. Foot, The people's army (1912)
  11. (item 11) L.S. Amery, Notes on the military situation (1913)
  12. (item 12) G.G. Coulton, True liberalism and compulsory service (1913)
  13. (item 13) T.A. Cregan, National or voluntary service? (1915)
  14. (item 14) Bruce Glasier, The peril of conscription (1915)
  15. (item 15) F.J.C. Hearnshaw, The ancient defence of England: the nation in arms (1915)
  16. (item 16) Arthur Lee, The need for compulsory national service (1915)
  17. (items 17-18) National Service League, Occasional notes, Sept. 1915, and Report of the thirteenth annual general meeting (1915)
  18. (item 19) a review of F.S. Oliver's Ordeal by battle (1915)
  19. (item 20) Letters échangées entre an soldat Français et un de ses amis anglais' (c. 1916
  20. (items 21-2) National Service League, Occasional Notes, Apr. 1916, and Report of the fourteenth annual general meeting (1916)
  21. (item 23) Universal Service League, The case for universal service (Sydney, c. 1916)
  22. (items 24-5) National Service League, Reports and balance sheets for 1917, 1918

Dates

  • 1900-18

Extent

1 box

Shelfmark

MS. Milner dep. 156

Repository Details

Part of the Bodleian Libraries Repository

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