We Danced All Night

We Danced All Night

A Social History of Britain Between the Wars

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Martin Pugh offers a uniquely untraditional view of Britain’s inter-war period; that among the many dramatic social changes taking place, our modern consumer society of dedicated shoppers effectively took shape during the 1930s.

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Depicts how the British people reacted to the privations of wartime by their determination to indulge in leisure and entertainment of all kinds. This book corrects the view of critics who saw British society as undisciplined, irresponsible, and criminal. It also explains the modern British obsession with housing and home-ownership.

Publisher: London : Bodley Head, 2008
ISBN: 9780224076982
Branch Call Number: 941.083 Pug
Characteristics: xii, 495 p. : ill

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