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The general purpose of this work on the Blue Books published by the British Government between 1919 and 1939 is to continue the task undertaken by Temperley and Penson in theirA Century of Diplomatic Blue Books, 1814–1914.¹ The primary object was to relate each Blue Book to its date of publication, as this can otherwise be accomplished only by the laborious process of consulting the Journals of the House of Commons and the House of Lords. In theory, Blue Books and White Papers are printed by the Government in order to give information to members of Parliament, but...
The papers listed in this work may all be found in the bound sets of Parliamentary Papers released annually by the British Government. Such a bound set for any particular year includes all Bills, Sessional Papers, and Command Papers relating to aspects of administration and policy which were tabled by the British Government in that year. The following guide is an attempt to bring together in a single volume the titles of all papers which were published between 1919 and I939 and were directly related to British foreign policy.
In the selection of the papers, the aim has been to...
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