By F. McDonough
The 1st ever significant learn studying of the perspectives of the Conservative social gathering in the direction of the foremost points of Anglo-German kin from 1905 to 1914. Drawing on a wide selection of unique resources, it examines the Conservative reaction to the German risk, and argues that the reaction of the Conservative social gathering in the direction of Germany confirmed a marked absence of open hostility in the direction of Germany. total, this significant new examine offers a robust and late corrective to the normal depiction of the Conservative get together in competition as 'Scaremongers' and the executive resource of Germanophobic perspectives one of the British political events.
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Balfour’s handling of the constitutional crisis displayed a similar desire to put the nation before the party. The personal control exercised by the Conservative leader and his inner circle’ of advisers and front bench spokesmen over foreign and defence matters at Westminster was the organisational mechanism through which the Conservative leader enjoyed a free hand in the realm of policy making and total and unchallenged control over the line opposition spokesmen would adopt in parliamentary debate.
48 In essence, Selborne wanted the Opposition to argue for much greater spending on the navy than the Liberal Government through the introduction of a ‘Two Keels to One Standard’ to keep ahead in the naval arms race with Germany. A combination of disloyalty to the party leader and his membership of the Halsbury club ensured that Selborne’s influence over Conservative policy towards the navy became much less important after 1910, and Balfour, after he resigned, was to exert the greatest influence over the party on naval matters.
2 The five major biographies of Balfour give passing references to his keen interest in foreign and defence questions, but none focus in detail on Balfour’s views on AngloGerman relations. 3 Many contemporaries provide evidence to support this traditional portrayal of Balfour. Lord Esher describes a visit to Balfour’s home in Carlton Gardens thus: ‘I called on Arthur Balfour this morning. He was in bed; a small brass bed, with an electric light over his head. He generally remains there till mid-day’.
Conservative Party and Anglo-German Relations, 1905-1914 by F. McDonough