Military Intervention in Britain

Military Intervention in Britain

From the Gordon Riots to the Gibralter Incident

Book - 1991
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The military is supposed to stand aside from British society, to act only in aid of civil power. Retired Judge Antony Babington shows that in reality the British have often relied on the military for the preservation of law and order.
Publisher: London, England : Routledge, 1991
ISBN: 9780415071482
Characteristics: x, 242 pages ;,24 cm.


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