Castle, Barbara. Sylvia and Christabel Pankhurst. Penguin, 1987.
Standard Name: Castle, Barbara
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Norman Levy learned years later that the special forces had not wanted him to be allowed to leave South Africa. Nor would the family, without passports, have secured entry to Britain without a letter of...
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OCLC lists forty copies of this publication surviving in libraries (many at bible colleges or theological seminaries), but not one outside North America: the title is not held by the British Library , the Bodleian
Journalist Barbara Castle was elected a Labour member of the British Parliament , where she served for thirty-four years.
Barbara Castle (a Labour MP of twenty years' standing, and the future architect of the Equal Pay Act, 1970) became the first female minister of state on her appointment as Minister of Transport.