The Long Week End

The Long Week End

A Social History of Great Britain, 1918-1939

Book - 1994
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A classic social history by two distinguished writers who lived through the time. "The long week-end" is the authors' evocative phrase for the period in Great Britain's social history between the twin devastations of the Great War and World War II. From a postwar period of prosperity and frivolity through the ever-darkening decade of the thirties, The Long Week-End deftly and movingly preserves the details and captures the spirit of the time.
Publisher: New York : Norton, 1994, c1941.
ISBN: 9780393311365
Branch Call Number: 941.083 Graves
Characteristics: 455 p. ;,21 cm.
Additional Contributors: Hodge, Alan 1915-1979


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