New Commonwealth Society.

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New Commonwealth Society.

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The New Commonwealth was a voluntary society established to promote international peace through an Equity Tribunal and International Police Force. Founded, and to a great extend funded, by Lord Davies of Llandinam the organisation had it's headquarters at Thorney house in London and published a journal and various books and pamphlets promoting its ideas. Membership was international. The New Commonwealth was wound up in 1954.


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Lord Davies of Llandinam Papers; 'The Peacemonger' by John Graham Jones, Journal of Liberal Democrat History 29 (Winter 2000-01)

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