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by Arthur Marwick


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Arthur Marwick was Professor of History at the Open University from 1969 to 2001. I required this book for a Europe since 1945 class. I think this book offers readers a view of Britain that moves us away from the age of Victoria and into the late twentieth century. Series: Social Hist of Britain. It is well-documented, highly readable, and offers compelling points for further discussions.

British Society Since 1945: The Penguin Social History of Britain by Arthur Marwick (Penguin Books Ltd, 2003). Jeremy Black is Professor of History at the University of Exeter. The European Question and the National Interest by Jeremy Black (Social Affairs Unit, 2006). Top. About the author. He works on post-1500 military history, 18th-century British history, international relations, cartographic history and newspaper history.

British Society Since 1945 book. British Society Since 1945 (Social History of Britain). High and popular culture; family, race, gender and class.

British Society 1914-1945. The Pelican Social History of Britain. New York: Penquin Books. 1 Arthur Marwick, in the final volume of the Pelican social history series, following Stevenson's, entitles a chapter: The Topic All-Absorbing: Class. 2 Pfautz, Harold . e. Charles Booth on the City (Chicago, 1967), p. 131. 3 Religious Influences, 7 vols. London, 1903), 7: 396–399. 5 Stark, Thomas, The Distribution of Personal Income in the United Kingdom, 1949-1963 (Cambridge, 1972), p. 96.

A history book examining high and popular culture, family, race, gender and class relations, sexual attitudes and material conditions, and science . Arthur Marwick was Professor of History at the Open University from 1969 to 2001.

A history book examining high and popular culture, family, race, gender and class relations, sexual attitudes and material conditions, and science and technology. A new section covers current social and economic problems and Britain's relationship with the European Union. About the Author : Arthur Marwick was Professor of History at the Open University from 1969 to 2001.

The social history of the United Kingdom from 1945 began with the aftermath of the Second World War. The United Kingdom was one of the victors, but victory was costly in social and economic terms. Thus, the late-1940s was a time of austerity and economic restraint, which gave way to prosperity in the 1950s. The Labour Party, led by wartime Deputy Prime Minister Clement Attlee, won the 1945 postwar general election in an unexpected landslide and formed their first ever majority government.

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I found this book very enjoyable to read. This book kept my interest very well. Other books on the same subject I have found to be very dull, but this one puts across the information in a relatively entertaining and informative way. I would recommend it to anyone interested in finding out more about Britain's social history.

Arthur Marwick, John Harold Plumb.

A history book examining high and popular culture, family, race, gender and class relations, sexual attitudes and material conditions, and science and technology. A new section covers current social and economic problems and Britain's relationship with the European Union.
Endieyab
I required this book for a Europe since 1945 class. I think this book offers readers a view of Britain that moves us away from the age of Victoria and into the late twentieth century. It is well-documented, highly readable, and offers compelling points for further discussions.
Gorisar
Son loved it.
Ballalune
The book on English History is an running commentary, was in very good condition, needs an clear cover and has valuable information for its size.
British Society Since 1945 (The Pelican Social History of Britain Series) (Social Hist of Britain) ebook
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Arthur Marwick
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Penguin Books; Reprint edition (May 26, 1983)
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