Britain Since the War by Henry Brook, Conrad Mason


Britain Since the War by Henry Brook, Conrad Mason

This is a stylish new addition in the History of Britain series, chronicling the story of Britain from 1945 to the turn of the millennium. It covers some of the most important aspects of the mid to late Twentieth Century including The Cold War, the end of the Empire, Multi-cultural Britain, Thatcherism and the advances in science, technology and communications. Illustrated with a wide variety of contemporary photographs, posters and cartoons, it also features maps, timelines and quotes from major figures and popular songs. It comes with internet-links to recommended websites with photos, quizzes, case studies and film footage.

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64 pages
Interest Age: 8+


Henry Brook, Conrad Mason
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Publication date

26th March 2010



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