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This article applies the theories of Freud to cases of neurosis where the patient has nightmares about battle.
Subjects include: control of aircraft; military conditions governing an attack on Hong Kong; treatment of neutral or enemy merchant ships during a time of war; the maintenance of overseas commerce in time of war; press and postal censorship in time of war.
Subjects include: the maintenance of overseas commerce in time of war; naval policy in the Pacific; airship navigation; control of aircraft; press and postal censorship in time of war; treatment of neutral vessels in British ports; an attack on Britain from overseas; the fixed defences of west coast ports; treatment of neutral and enemy merchant ships in time of war; preparation of defence schemes for Australia; representation of the dominions on the Committee of Imperial Defence.
Subjects include: the treatment of aliens in time of war; the strategical aspects of the Channel Tunnel; postal and press censorship.
Subjects include: defence of St Helena; military aspects of the Channel Tunnel scheme; co-ordination of departmental action on the outbreak of war; the establishment of radiotelegraphic communication between inland stations; submarine cable communications; telegraphic communications; wireless communication with France; direct wireless communication with Russia; censorship of wireless messages in time of war; ambush mining and blockade mining.
Comprises: Chapter 9, Post-War; Chapter 10, Dalton and Gaitskell; Chapter 11, The Steel Industry Battle; Chapter 12, The Atomic Bomb and Soviet Spies; Chapter 13, Slaugham; Chapter 14, Bevan's Resignation; Chapter 15, Theatre Censorship; Chapter 16, Museum Charges and Clay Cross; Chapter 17, Miscreants; and Chapter 18, The Lords.