4 edition of England in the twentieth century (1914-79) found in the catalog.
England in the twentieth century (1914-79)
Reprinted in Penguin Books 1991.
|Statement||David Thomson ; with additional material by Geoffrey Warner.|
|Series||The Pelican history of England -- 9|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 382p. ;|
|Number of Pages||382|
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The book locates the diverse Anglican evangelical movement in the broader fields of the history of English Christianity and evangelical globalisation. Contributors argue that evangelicals often engaged constructively with the wider Church of England, long before the Keele Congress, and displayed a greater internal party unity than has Price: $ Pages in category "20th-century history books" The following pages are in this category, out of approximately total.
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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).
The book describes the changes from an agriculturally-dominated countryside to one which has had to increasingly adapt to urban pressures. Looking at the changes chronologically, the book provides an integrated history of rural planning in the twentieth century and the developments which have taken place within the State, which has facilitated.
An Introduction to 20th-Century England (–) The Britain of the year was unimaginable at the end of the Victorian era in The 20th century saw two world wars catalyse enormous social change across the country.
Get this from a library. England in the twentieth century, [David Thomson] -- Bibliographical footnotes. "A note on books": p.  The fourth installment in this distinguished and unprecedented series brings us to the twentieth century. As with the other volumes, this book includes the work of leading scholars.
Here, readers confront the many facets of the imperial experience in the final century of the British Empire, above all the rapid processes of decolonization that began at mid-century.1/5(1). If you looking for books on post WWII Britain, I can give you some suggestions.
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All rooms have Smart TVs and plush on: Minnis Road, Birchington, England. About the Journal. Focusing on literary-cultural production emerging from or responding to the twentieth century, broadly construed, Twentieth-Century Literature (TCL) offers essays, grounded in a variety of approaches, that interrogate and enrich the ways we understand the literary cultures of the includes work considering how those cultures are bound up with the.
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by D. Cannadine, J. Keating. Get this from a library. Britain in the twentieth century. [Charles More] -- "Napoleon once famously remarked that the English were a nation of shopkeepers.
Utopia () describes a fictional island in the Atlantic ocean and is a satire on the state of England. The English philosopher John Stuart Mill coined ‘Dystopia’, meaning ‘bad place. This volume makes a considerable contribution to the understanding of twentieth-century Anglicanism and evangelicalism.
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For many, humankind was entering upon an unprecedented era. H.G. Wells’s utopian studies, the aptly titled Anticipations of the Reaction of Mechanical and Scientific Progress. Tony Judt's last book is an admirable assessment of intellectuals and politics in the last century Neal Ascherson Thu 2 Feb.
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.
Epilogue: The Twentieth Century. For the first time in the history of Kibworth a military funeral has taken place in the village.
On Thursday afternoon upwards of 2, people assembled in the streets and at the cemetery for the interment of Private Bertie Pell, a of the 2nd Leicesters, eldest son of Mr and Mrs B. Pell, of Fleckney Road, Kibworth.
Life in New England in the twentieth century and beyond Find out about early aviation, African American tourist destinations, and how one Vermont town is saving its one-room schoolhouses. Go downtown to Woolworth’s five-and-dime, take a tasty journey through Boston’s Haymarket, or hear stories of changing Haverhill.
Historic New England partners with communities and. The twentieth century gave us modernism, postmodernism, and greater prominence to marginalised voices largely absent from the poetic canon in earlier periods of literary history.
Below, we’ve selected ten of the greatest and most representative poems of the twentieth century, to act as a sort of introduction to a busy century in literary.
"The twentieth century has often been a bloody one for Jerusalem. But it has also been a century of creativity and satisfaction, exuberant life, determination, civic achievement, and perpetual hope." —from Jerusalem in the Twentieth CenturyJerusalem today is a vibrant, flourishing city, the capital of an independent nation, and the vital center of worship for three world religions.
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Sinners. Scroungers. Saints. is the first book to describe the real lives of unmarried mothers, and attitudes towards them, in England from the First World War to the present day. Pat Thane and Tanya Evans use biographies and memoirs, as well as archives and official sources, to challenge stereotypes of the mothers as desolate women, rejected by society and by their.
The only book-length example of new approaches applied to New England is Dona Brown, Inventing New England: Regional Tourism in the Nineteenth Century (Washington, D.C., ). Brown's excellent book is very suggestive, as is Stephen Nissenbaum's essay "New England as Region and Nation," in Ayers and Onuf, All Over the Map, pp.
Author: Joseph A. Conforti. Crime and Society in Twentieth-Century England traces the broad pattern of criminal offending over a hundred year period that experienced unprecedented levels of upheaval and change. This period included two world wars, the end of the British Empire, significant shifts in both gender relations and ethnic mix and a decline in the power of the Author: Clive Emsley.
The historian John Lukacs offers a concise history of the twentieth century—its two world wars and cold war, its nations and leaders.
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From "The Waste Land" to "," 20th century British writers helped shape the modern and postmodern movements in art and literature. While they have been strong in number, the majority of great works came during the first half of the century. The book describes the changes from an agriculturally-dominated countryside to one which has had to increasingly adapt to urban pressures.
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More than a record of specialized research, the journal places recent British history in conversation with the largest issues animating the historical discipline. This open access book contributes a new dimension to the study of mental health and psychiatry in the twentieth century.
It takes the present literature beyond the ‘asylum and after’ paradigm to explore the multitude of spaces that have been permeated by concerns about mental well-being. An interdisciplinary social history, this book examines the major pressures and influences that brought about the remarkable growth of opposition to hunting in twentieth century England.
With public opinion consistently deciding from the middle of the century onward that hunting mammals for sport was cruel and unacceptable, it would appear that.