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Written by Peter Hepplewhite, Stewart Ross
Part of the Britain Since 1948 Series
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Population by Peter Hepplewhite, Stewart RossBritain since 1948 explores the developments in the home, technology, work, culture and population over the last 6 decades. Starting off with life in post war Britain when rationing was still in force, through the developments of the washing machine and the television, to the latest advances of space. Panels encourage further investigation and a timeline to the chart the developments in chronological order.
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