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Family Britain, 1951-1957 By David Kynaston (hardback, 2009)

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This wonderful volume is only the first in a series that will take us to 1979 and the election of Margaret Thatcher. When complete, Kynaston's skill in mixing eyewitness accounts and political analysis will surely be one of the greatest and most enduring publishing ventures for generations.' Brian Thompson, Observer 'Even readers who can remember the years Kynaston writes about will find they are continually surprised by the richness and diversity of his material mouth-watering' John Carey, Sunday Times 'The book is a marvel the level of detail is precise and fascinating' John Campbell, Sunday Telegraph 'A wonderfully illuminating picture of the way we were' Roy Hattersley, The Times

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EAN 9780747583851
Type Non-Fiction
Genre History
Subgenre British and Irish history
Title Family Britain: 1951-1957 (Tales of a New Jerusalem)
Author David Kynaston
Release Date 40119
ISBN 0747583854

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