- Title Pages
- 1 <i>The Pitfalls of Comparative Labour History: How Comrades are Compared</i>
- 2 Integration of the British and the German Labour Movements into their Respective Societies
- 3 Party Organization
- 4 The Labour Party and the SPD as Communities of Solidarity
- 5 The Working-Class Parties and Ideology
- 6 Relations between the Working-Class Parties in Britain and Germany from about 1890 to 1933
- 7 Conclusion
- BIBLIOGRAPHICAL NOTE
- MANUSCRIPT SOURCES
- PRIMARY SOURCES
- SECONDARY SOURCES
- The British Labour Party and the German Social Democrats, 1900–1931
- Oxford University Press
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