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The Press and the Suez Crisis: A Myth Re-Examined

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  11 February 2009

Ralph Negrine
Affiliation:
City of London Polytechnic

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References

1 Parmentier, G., ‘The British press in the Suez crisis’, Historical Journal, xxiii, 2 (1980), 435–48.CrossRefGoogle Scholar

2 Ibid. p. 435.

3 Ibid. p. 438.

4 Ibid. p. 435.

5 Ibid. p. 436.

6 Ibid. p. 438.

7 Ibid. p. 438.

8 King, C., Strictly personal (London, 1969)Google Scholar. Also Hirsch, P. and Gordon, F., Newspaper money (London, 1975)Google Scholar; Edelman, M., The Daily Mirror: A political history (London, 1966)Google Scholar; Westergaard, J. and Resler, H., Class in a capitalist society (London, 1977), p. 269. See below for fuller references.Google Scholar

9 King, Strictly personal, p. 131.

10 Parmentier, ‘British press’, p. 436.

11 Parmentier, ‘British press’, p. 438.

12 The Observer, 5 Aug. 1956. Dates of newspapers henceforth refer to 1956.

13 The Observer, 5 Aug.

14 The Manchester Guardian, 14 Aug.

15 The New Statesman, 18 Aug.

16 F. Williams, ‘Fleet Street notebook’, The New Statesman, 25 Aug.

17 The Manchester Guardian, quoted in Williams, The New Statesman, 8 Aug.

18 F. Williams, The New Statesman, 8 Sept.

19 The Sunday Times, 9 Sept.

20 The Daily Mirror, 12 Sept.

21 The Daily Mirror, 12 Sept. and The New Statesman, 15 Sept. See also Owen, J., Public Opinion Quarterly, xxi (1957).Google Scholar

22 The Sunday Times, 4 Nov.

23 Parmentier, ‘British press’, p. 447 n.

24 Edelman, M., The Daily Mirror: a political history (London, 1966), p. 159.Google Scholar

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29 The Observer, 18 Nov.

30 The Observer, 25 Nov.

31 The Manchester Guardian, 18 Aug.

32 The Sunday Times, 11 Nov.

33 C. King, personal communication to the author, autumn 1979.

34 Hobson, H., Knightley, P. and Russell, L., The pearl of days: an intimate memoir of The Sunday Times (London, 1972), p. 296.Google Scholar

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36 David Astor, personal communication, summer 1979. My emphasis.

37 David Astor, personal communication, summer 1979.

38 Martin, G., ‘The press’, in Thompson, D. (ed.), Discrimination and popular culture (London, 1973), p. 90.Google Scholar

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