Author:Henry Noel Brailsford

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Henry Noel Brailsford
(1873–1958)
prolific left-wing British journalist

Works[edit]

  • Broom of the War God (1898) (external scan)
  • Some Irish Problems (1903) (external scan)
  • Macedonia: Its Races and Their Future (1906) (external scan)
  • Treatment of the Women's Deputations by the Police (1911)
  • The Fruits of our Russian Alliance (1912) (external scan)
  • Shelley, Godwin and their Circle (1913) (external scan)
  • The War of Steel and Gold: A Study of the Armed Peace (1914) (external scan)
  • The Origins of the Great War (1914)
  • Belgium and The Scrap of Paper (1915) (external scan)
  • Turkey and the roads of the East, 1916 (external scan)
  • A League of Nations (1917) (external scan)
  • A Share In Your Motherland and other articles (1918)
  • Across the blockade; a record of travels in enemy Europe, 1919 (external scan)
  • Covenant of peace; an essay on the league of nations (1919), introduction by Herbert Croly (external scan)
  • The Russian workers' republic (1921) (external scan)
  • After the peace (1922) (external scan)
  • The Pros and Cons of P.R. (1924)
  • Socialism for To-Day (1925)
  • The Living Wage (1926)
  • Families and incomes (1926)
  • How the Soviets Work (1927)
  • Olives of Endless Age (1928)
  • Scrap Battleships! (1930)
  • Rebel India (1931)
  • If We Want Peace (1932)
  • Property or Peace? (1934)
  • Towards a New League (1935)
  • Voltaire (1935)
  • Spain's Challenge to Labour (1936)
  • Why Capitalism Means War (1938)
  • Democracy for India (1939)
  • America our Ally (1940)
  • From England to America: A Message (1940)
  • The Habsburgs-Never again! (1943)
  • Subject India (1943)
  • Our Settlement with Germany (1944)
  • Making Germany Pay? (1944)
  • Fabian Colonial Essays (1945) introduced by A. Creech Jones, edited by Rita Hinden
  • The Life-Work of J. A. Hobson (1948)
  • Essays, Poems and Tales of Henry W. Nevinson (1948)
  • Mahatma Gandhi (1948) with Frederick Pethick-Lawrence and Henry S. L. Polak
  • The Levellers and the English Revolution (1961) with Christopher Hill


Some or all works by this author are in the public domain in the United States because they were published before January 1, 1924.


The author died in 1958, so works by this author are also in the public domain in countries and areas where the copyright term is the author's life plus 60 years or less. Works by this author may also be in the public domain in countries and areas with longer native copyright terms that apply the rule of the shorter term to foreign works.