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A History of Britain Through Books: 1900-1964

Christopher Tugendhat takes readers on a journey through the first part of 20th century Britain, examining attitudes to war, feminism, imperialism, provincial life, race, immigration, sex and relationships.  This book explores the experiences, attitudes and prejudices of a nation undergoing enormous transitions and how this has shaped modern Britain, through notable and culturally-important book releases.  A thought-provoking look at the politics, social changes and psyche of a rapidly changing Britain in a rapidly changing world.

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