6 edition of Interwar Britain found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Sean Glynn and John Oxborrow.|
|Contributions||Oxborrow, John, joint author.|
|LC Classifications||HC256.3 .G57|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||276 p. :|
|Number of Pages||276|
|ISBN 10||0049421409, 0049421417|
|LC Control Number||76370997|
"Thought-provoking, richly evidenced and superbly structured, Moulton's book is a tour de force and a compelling argument for studying Irish and British history together." Times Higher Education "In I have particularly enjoyed the provocative questions raised by Mo Moulton's Ireland and the Irish in Interwar : Mo Moulton. OEP/ UNEMPLOYMENT IN INTERWAR BRITAIN zero at standard confidence levels, Benjamin and Kochin reject the null hypothesis that unemployment insurance was unrelated to unemployment.9 They infer that interwar unemployment would have fallen by a third to a half had the replacement rate been held at levels
In Hollywood films of the s, and in the short stories and novels of F. Scott Fitzgerald, the flapper is a cigarette-smoking, dance-mad young female in her teens to early twenties. Her hair is ‘bobbed’ or ‘shingled’ and neatly tucked under a . Social dance was ubiquitous in interwar Britain. The social mingling and expression made possible through non-theatrical participatory dancing in couples and groups inspired heated commentary, both vociferous and subtle. By drawing attention to the ways social dance accrued meaning in interwar Britain, Rishona Zimring redefines and brings needed attention to a phenomenon that has been.
Reviews “[A] well-structured and thoroughly researched chronicle of events The British in Interwar Germany provides an overview of a significant episode of Britain's engagement as a great power in Europe, in the first half of the twentieth century.” – Journal of Modern History “A detailed and well-researched study of what remains a little-known aspect of Anglo-German relations. Interwar Britain: a social and economic history. Sean Glynn, John Oxborrow. Barnes & Noble, - Business & Economics - pages. 0 Reviews. From inside the book. What people standard gross domestic product groups higher household houses important improvement income increase influence insurance scheme interwar period investment Keynes.
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Crime Writing in Interwar Britain: Fact and Fiction in the Golden Age considers some of this neglected material in order to provide a richer and more Author: Victoria Stewart.
History of Europe - History of Europe - The interwar years: Woodrow Wilson’s vision of a general association of nations took shape in the League of Nations, founded in Its basic constitution was the Covenant—Wilson’s word, chosen, as he said, “because I am an old Presbyterian.” The Covenant was embodied in the Versailles and other peace treaties.
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Social dance was ubiquitous in interwar Britain. The social mingling and expression made possible through non-theatrical participatory dancing in couples and groups inspired heated commentary, both vociferous and subtle. By drawing attention to the ways social dance accrued meaning in interwar Britain, Rishona Zimring redefines and brings Author: Rishona Zimring.
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Virtually anyone who was alive in the interwar period was marked in some way by the ‘Great War’ of – Those who were too young to have been in it, or even remember it Author: David Childs.
He works on the cultural history of 20 th century Britain, with particular interests in gender, sexuality and selfhood. He is the author of Queer London: Perils and Pleasures in the Sexual Metropolis, and is currently finishing a book called The Prince of Tricksters: Cultures of Confidence in Interwar Britain.
Crime Writing in Interwar Britain: Fact and Fiction in the Golden Age, by Victoria Stewart a book loved by both Dorothy L. Sayers and T. Eliot. The changing technology, and practices of detection, in the interwar period meant that different writers vied with each other either to modernise – as in the dissections of masculinity and.
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"Heroes and Happy Endings stands out for its ambition and clarity, and deserves a wide readership among scholars of interwar Britain. The book will be a valuable addition to reading lists by providing an accessible entry to theories of mass culture, which encourages students to engage with books and films not simply as discrete texts, but as components of a broader ideological apparatus.".
Modernism, Fashion and Interwar Women Writers demonstrates how five female novelists of the interwar period engaged with an emerging fashion discourse that concealed capitalist modernity’s economic reliance on mass-manufactured, uniform-looking productions by ostensibly celebrating originality and difference.
For Edith Wharton, Jean Rhys. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Glynn, Sean. Interwar Britain. London: Allen & Unwin, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors.
'A superb new book focusing on people often excluded from the Irish historical narrative.' Source: The Irish Times 'In I have particularly enjoyed the provocative questions raised by Mo Moulton’s Ireland and the Irish in Interwar by: 2.Book Description: Making Peace provides a fresh context for understanding gender relations in interwar Britain, seeing in the emergence of a powerful ideology of motherhood and a reemphasis on separate spheres for men and women a corollary to the political and economic restructuring designed to reestablish social order after World War I.[Excerpt] The book redresses two imbalances in the recent literature on interwar unemployment: its almost exclusive focus on the United States and Britain, and its predominantly macroeconomic.