A History of Britain Through Books: 1900-1964

Exploring the experiences, attitudes and prejudices of the early 20th century and how they've shaped modern Britain. Through notable and culturally-important book releases we see the politics, social changes and psyche of a nation undergoing enormous transitions in itself and the world at large. Christopher Tugendhat takes readers on a journey through Britain examining attitudes to war, feminism, imperialism, provincial life, race, immigration, sex and relationships.

  • Hardback, 352 pages
  • (H) 23.6cm, (W) 15.3m, (D) 3.2cm

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