2 edition of Post-war Britain, 1946. found in the catalog.
Post-war Britain, 1946.
Great Britain. Central Office of Information.
1946 in London .
Written in English
|LC Classifications||DA588.3 .A52 1946|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||143|
|LC Control Number||a 48004796|
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The book's coverage is broad. Each significant event around the world in are summarised in around ten pages. You will learn the reason of being a significant year which the author termed "the making of the modern world". And as a result, don't expect too much details.
The book is trying to deliver a general atmosphere of the world/5. Using Mass Observation diaries, Kynaston uncovers the grinding misery of postwar Britain, carrying its massive debt repayment. A freakishly cold winter in may have sealed Labour’s fate.
This unknown episode in Britain's immigration history is brought to life in this book, through interview extracts and documentary sources. Women were the first recruits to the so-called European Volunteer Worker Schemes, in wh Baltic men and women came to Britain between andto work in hospitals, textiles, agriculture, coal Price: £ The best books on Social History of Post-War Britain recommended by David Kynaston.
Until the s, Britain was predominantly a working class society, says the historian David Kynaston. He tells us about books that explore how this changed, giving rise to the turbulent Thatcher years. Eesti Hääl and Amazon review: “Emily Gilbert’s second book about Latvian, Lithuanian and Estonian refugees who came to Great Britain after World War II tells the little known story of Baltic communities in the UK from through to the present day.
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This unknown episode in Britain's immigration history is brought to life in this book, through interview extracts and documentary sources. Women were the first recruits to the so-called European Volunteer Worker Schemes, in wh Baltic men and women came to Britain between andto work in hospitals, textiles, agriculture, coal.
Rationing was introduced temporarily by the British government several times during the 20th century, during and immediately after a war. At the start of the Second World War inthe United Kingdom was importing 20 million long tons of food per year, including about 70% of its cheese and sugar, almost 80% of fruit and about 70% of cereals and fats.
Great Britain. Central Office of Information. Post-war Britain, London  (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Great Britain. Central Office of Information. OCLC Number: Notes: Cover title. "This handbook is a new and up-to-date version of 'Post-war Britain '" Description: pages 21 cm.
The Tiger in the Smoke: Art and Post-war Britain in Post-War Britain by Lynda Nead – review A vivid assessment of Britain’s search for modernity after the second world war Heavy smog in Piccadilly.
This unknown episode in Britain's immigration history is brought to life in this book, through interview extracts and documentary sources.
Women were the first recruits to the so-called European Volunteer Worker Schemes, in wh Baltic men and women came to Britain between andto work in hospitals, textiles, agriculture, coal 4/5(2).
out of 5 stars Engaging, Facinating History of Post War Britain. Reviewed in the United States on Decem Verified Purchase. What a well written book. At the end of WW II Britain was faced with epic rebuilding and social restructuring as well. This history does a fine job of delineating the big picture as well letting the reader Cited by: They were supposed to last just 10 years, but more than 70 years 1946.
book, many of Britain’s prefabs are still standing, much loved and lived in. These factory-made temporary homes were constructed at the close of World War II, with more thanerected from all over the UK to rehouse those who had lost their homes during the Blitz and servicemen coming Author: Charlotte Luxford.
Untilthe authors argue, Britain was still considered a world power. As a result, foreign This book brings into focus the major figures of the political scene - Churchill, Eden, Wilson, Heath, Callaghan, Thatcher and Major - and the aims and achievements of the post-war governments, as well as the changing fortunes of Britain in relation /5.
To begin with, we will assess the state of Britain in both at home and abroad as it faced the challenges of post-war reconstruction. Already, during the war, important innovations, such as the Beveridge Report of and the Education Act ofsignalled the desire for reform and change across many sections of the British public.
IN a closely packed and highly competent little book, Profes sor Corbett sets out to assess the power position of Great Britain in the post-war world.
In Britain, "post-war" refers to the period from the election of Clement Attlee in to that of Margaret Thatcher ina period of so-called post-war consensus, while it may also refer to a shorter period, ending in or shortly after and corresponding to the s era, hence – Cold War era.
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It was a case of people. The story of how UK Jews – including Vidal Sassoon – fought a wave of post-war anti-Semitism is to be the subject of a TV drama series Cahal Milmo @cahalmilmo Friday 2 October Historian Sonabend delivers a spirited account of the 43 Group, an organization founded by Anglo-Jewish soldiers to fight the revival of fascist groups in post-WWII England.
Though a. This scale of debt, was the over-riding feature of our post war economy which hung like a shadow over the UK economy and UK politics. Intowards the end of his life, we sent the great economist - Lord Keynes to Washington to help argue for an £8bn loan.
People say that despite his ailing health, this was one of Keynes' greatest hours - passionately and. Firstly, I wanted to choose a book that was a general book on postwar Europe and there are surprisingly few of them about, which is one of the reasons I wrote my latest book.
Judt’s book is a comprehensive history of the whole of Europe from almost up to the present day. The opening of a new Amoco service station near Baltimore, US, in Bunting lines the car park, directly in front of the illuminated store.
A BP kerosene stall at Port Harcourt's local market, Nigeria, A trader secures purchases onto the customer's bike. The opening of a new Amoco service station near Baltimore, US, in In Britain, the end of the war did not mean the end of rationing. This happened gradually between and After the war, the amount of produce available to buy actually fell.
Bread was rationed in and potatoes inneither having been restricted during the war itself. More. Even in the author was predicting that the dominance of the chain store in post war Britain, selling products to consumers at a significantly higher price than they cost when they left the factory floor, would give rise to poor quality foreign imports.
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The opposition to the Polish workers in Britain in the late s has been overlooked by many historians of the British left and of British immigration, contrasted with the research concentrated upon the impact that black migration had upon post-war Britain and the left’s anti-racist work in the s and s.
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Dr Gilbert's research has been extremely thorough.4/5(3). The dating of this post-war history from can be more usefully connected with the British Nationality Act of that year, which Perry discusses in some detail, as a necessary measure in the post-war transition from the old reality of the British Empire to the new and enduring myth of the British Commonwealth.
Octo The United Nations Charter is ratified by its five permanent members: the United States, Britain, France, China, and the Soviet Union. Novem Free French leader General Charles de Gaulle is named president of France's provisional government. Novem The Nuremberg Trials the next 10 months, a tribunal comprised.
Post-war Britain – the Labour Party They brought in the National Insurance Act and every person had to pay a certain amount from their salary by buying a stamp.
By doing so, they enjoyed a lot of benefits such as Orphans’ Allowances, Unemployment Dole, Death Grant, Widow’s Fund, Ailment Allowance and a pension. Understanding Post-War Architecture The Twentieth Century Key Events Inflation pushes up the cost of building materials. Additionally shortages of materials encourage the use of new materials such as Crittall windows, sand-lime bricks, and prefabrication (steel and concrete systems) for council housing.
Seeing the collapse of the post-war vision upon FDR’s Ap death and the emergence of a pro-Churchill presidency under Harry Truman, who lost no time in dropping nuclear bombs on a defeated Japan, ushering in a Soviet witch hunt at home and launching a Cold War abroad, Elliot authored ‘As He Saw It’ () in order to create a Author: Matthew Ehret.
United Kingdom - United Kingdom - Britain since Labour rejoiced at its political triumph, the first independent parliamentary majority in the party’s history, but it faced grave problems. The war had stripped Britain of virtually all its foreign financial resources, and the country had built up “sterling credits”—debts owed to other countries that would have to be paid in foreign.
POWs in post-war Britain. Inthe year after the end of World War Two, more thanGerman prisoners of war (POWs) were still being held in Britain, with POW camps on the outskirts of. After the German surrender in MayWorld War II ended in Europe.
Its most immediate legacies were death, devastation, and misery. The scale and speed of the conflict had been unprecedented: the war ended up killing at least 19 million non-combatant civilians in Europe.
1 Of those, 6 million were Jews, a full two-thirds of the pre-war Jewish population of Europe.Post War - STUDY. PLAY. United Nations (UN) from Britain and France. In response, Britain and France joined with Israel to attack Egypt: the USSR sided with Egypt and demanded that they withdraw.
Lester B. Pearson, acting as Canada's Minister of Defense, suggested the creation of a unit to keep combatants apart while a settlement.Post-war Britain: A Political History.
Alan Sked, Chris Cook. Harvester Press, - Great Britain - pages. 0 Reviews. From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a review. We haven't found any reviews in the usual places. Contents. Introduction and Acknowledgements. 9: The General Election of