By John Bew
John Bew explores the highbrow foundations and middle ideals of the guy who defeated Winston Churchill and created the britain we all know today.
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Rudyard Kipling, ‘Recessional’, 1897 Iâ•‡ St Paul’s Cathedral, London, 1897 On Tuesday, 22 June 1897, Queen Victoria celebrated her Diamond Jubilee, marking sixty years on the throne. A procession of seventeen carriages carried the royal family, the heads of the armed services of the British Empire, and a train of foreign dignitaries from Buckingham Palace to St Paul’s Cathedral. After a service of thanksgiving, the carriages trundled to Mansion House for lunch. The procession crossed London Bridge to the south bank of the River Thames, then back across Westminster Bridge and onto the Mall.
I was in Gallipoli. I will give the devil his due and say that I think Mr. ’ 40 It was in 1924 that Attlee came to know Churchill personally, when the latter returned to the House of Commons, having lost his seat two years before. He regarded Churchill as one of the worst Chancellors of the Exchequer in history, a position he held from 1924 to 1929. Yet even when they clashed on domestic issues, Attlee did not deny Churchill a ‘certain idealism’, though it was an idealism ‘that was most unfortunate for the rank and file of the country’.
The famous song of that name had been written by the Irish-born London socialist Jim Connell in 1889, on a train journey from Charing Cross to New Cross, during the London dock strike of that year. 23 These were the stories and songs which any new recruit was reared on. 24 While Vladimir Lenin viewed the British Labour movement with contempt, he made an exception for Connell, awarding him the Order of the Red Banner in 1922, the highest honour in the Soviet Union. While ‘The Red Flag’ had become the song of the British Labour Party, it also had a radical association with communism.
Clement Attlee: The Man Who Made Modern Britain by John Bew