Kent in the Twentieth Century

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Nigel Yates
Boydell & Brewer, 2001 - 418 pagine
The sixth volume to be published in the major ten-volume new history of the county of Kent, and the first detailed study of the development of Kent over the past hundred years. Each of the ten chapters begins by evoking a picture of Kent on the eve of the First World War and looking at the changes that have taken place between then and the present day in the area under discussion. Particular attention is paid to the impact of the two World Wars on Kent; to the influence of national events on local institutions and people; to the role of the county council in the development of many aspects of life in Kent; and to the major economic and social changes of the last thirty years, many of them associated with Britain's entry into the European economic community and Kent's strategic importance as a corridor linking London and Britain to Europe. NIGEL YATES is senior research fellow in church history, University of Wales, Lampeter.
 

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Indice

Population
1
An Overview
27
Agriculture and Rural Society
59
Land girls being addressed by Minister of Food Lord Woolton
85
Transport
117
Calais steamer at Dover harbour 1910
129
Politics
153
Cartoon by Emmwood in The Daily Mail showing Edward Heath
173
Housing
199
Health and Social Welfare
229
Popular Education
287
Religion
321
Culture and Leisure
335
Appendices
369
Guide to Further Reading
395
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