Juliet Gardiner rounds up recently published books on London, in what is a very big year for the city.
This large landscape shaped book draws on Philip Davies' bestselling Lost London, whilst also featuring previously unseen photographs.
Juliet Gardiner reviews John Forster's biography of Charles Dickens.
Art historian Jonathan Black has collected Eric Kennington's wartime portraits in this book about 'heroes and heroines'.
Juliet Gardiner reviews Audrey Linkman's study of death photographs.
Juliet Gardiner reviews this illustrated history of London in the 1920s.
Juliet Gardiner reviews Michael Wallis' illustrated history of the Wild West.
Juliet Gardiner reviews a book on the history and design of these monuments to consumerism.
Juliet Gardiner reviews a book on the poets of the First World World.
Juliet Gardiner reviews a book on Punch's Second World War cartoons
Juliet Gardiner reviews Richard Overy's illustrated history of the Battle of Britain.
Juliet Gardiner reviews a work on style, fashion and feminism.
Juliet Gardiner reviews a DVD about British government propaganda during the Second World War.
Juliet Gardiner explains why her new book examines a short period of the 20th century and how she attempts to achieve a panorama of experiential history that gives readers a real feel for a slice of time.
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