The Destruction of Britain's Last Liberal Government

@article{Koss1968TheDO,
  title={The Destruction of Britain's Last Liberal Government},
  author={Stephen E. Koss},
  journal={The Journal of Modern History},
  year={1968},
  volume={40},
  pages={257 - 277}
}
Historians, much like contemporaries, have been bedeviled by the smokescreen that envelops the events of May 1915 that led to the destruction-at Liberal hands-of Britain's last Liberal government. They have been forced to rely for their explanations upon the platitudes provided by the participants in the crisis, largely because these participants made such a conscientious effort to leave behind so little evidence of their motives and actions. To a certain extent, the paucity of documental… 
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