During the war years the English way of life underwent a far-reaching transformation. While shortages reduced the gaiety of existence, women achieved a new freedom, wages rose and labour increased its bargaining power.
Arthur Marwick reveals how beauty moved from being enticing and dangerous to being enticing and all-powerful.
Meredith Etherington-Smith - Sinclair Stevenson, 1993 - xx+553pp. - £20
- Pablo Casals
Arthur Marwick takes a sweeping look at the society and culture into which History Today was born.
Arthur Marwick explores two contrasting titles on the First World War.
Arthur Marwick teaches some history lessons from the Open University.
- Historical Sociology
Philip Abrams. 353 pp (Open Books, 1978)
- Conflict and Compromise: Class ...