New Teaching Module: Churchill and Labour

We have added another new higher education teaching module to our collection. The teaching modules on the site are essays specially written by experts and designed to help lecturers structure teaching on these subjects. They include many useful links to resources outside the site and primary documents within the Archive.

Churchill and Labour by Chris Wrigley, Professor of Modern British History at Nottingham University.
Churchillʼs political career coincided with the considerable growth of the British labour movement in the first half of the twentieth century. In this module, Wrigley looks at how Churchill's attitudes to Labour developed from being a major threat to the social order, to being a major partner in his Second World War Coalition government.

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