|Other titles||Britain in the 20th century|
|Statement||edited by Lawrence Butler and Harriet Jones.|
|Contributions||Butler, L. J., Jones, Harriet., Institute of Contemporary British History.|
|LC Classifications||DA566.7 .B663 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. :|
|ISBN 10||0435319248, 0435319256, 0435319221, 043531923X|
|LC Control Number||95167759|
The last century has been a tumultuous one for the culture and politics of Britain. Kenneth Morgan's Twentieth-Century Britain is a crisp analysis of the forces of consensus and conflict that have existed in Britain since the First World War. Using a wide variety of sources, including the records of political parties and recently released documents from Britain's Public Records Office, Kenneth Cited by: 2. Nineteenth-century feminists fought for higher education as proof of women's mental and intellectual capacities, to enable them to practise medicine and to better their chances in teaching. Changes in educational provision for middle class girls and women in the late Victorian period were intimately connected with the rise of 'first-wave. This book is the first comprehensive history of consumerism as an organised social and political movement. Matthew Hilton offers a groundbreaking account of consumer movements, ideologies and organisations in twentieth-century Britain. Britain in the Twentieth Century is a new approach to teaching and learning twentieth century British history at A level. It meets the needs of teachers and students studying for today's revised AS and A2 exams. In a unique style, Britain in the Twentieth Century focuses on the key topics within the period. Each topic is then comprehensively explored to provide background, essay writing advice.
Reviews “Charlotte Greenhalgh’s Aging in Twentieth-Century Britain makes a signal contribution to modern British history by recovering the lives, voices, and agency of the elderly in the twentieth century. It is an acute and moving account of people who have been, until now, largely left out of the historical narrative.”—Stephen Brooke, author of Sexual Politics: Sexuality, Family. Pages in category "20th-century history books" The following pages are in this category, out of approximately total. This list may not reflect recent changes ().(previous page) (). It is commonly remarked that no satisfactory general history of Britain for the first half of the twentieth century exists. This book represents an endeavor to fill this need. Having at last completed the task, I am somewhat aghast at my temerity in undertaking it. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages: illustrations, maps ; 25 cm. Contents: Introduction to Britain in the twentieth century --Britain in a new century, --The impact of the First World War, --Inter-war domestic problems, --British foreign policy between the wars, --Britain and the .
Book Reviews Editor. Dr Hannah Charnock. About the journal. Twentieth Century British History publishes outstanding work on all aspects of the history of Britain and the British world during the long-twentieth century. In a century of rapid social change, the British people have experienced two world wars, the growth of the welfare state and the loss of Empire. Charles More looks at these and other issues in a comprehensive study of Britain’s political, economic and social history throughout the twentieth by: 5. Get this from a library! Britain in the twentieth century. [Charles More] -- "Napoleon once famously remarked that the English were a nation of shopkeepers. Regardless of whether this should be taken as a compliment or as a calumny, it was certainly what sprang to this. In this way, my book is about religion and society, and for this reason it is devoted to the cultural, social, and economic context which framed religious change in Britain during the century, and I offer extensive commentary about causation of that change (notably in chapter 1).