1960s EAST END CHILDHOOD


1960s EAST END CHILDHOOD

SIMON WEBB    Book Number: 76838    Product format: Paperback

Do you remember playing in streets free of traffic, dancing to the Beatles, watching a man land on the Moon on TV or waking up to ice on the inside of windows? If the answer is yes, then chances are you were a child in the 1960s. This delightful compendium of memories will appeal whether you were already an adult, whether you grew up in the East End, remember the Swinging Sixties or just love nostalgia. There are chapters on games and hobbies, schools and holidays, Butlins and the seaside, health and medical problems, the environment, hospitals, comics and toys, the arrival of immigrants, Carnaby Street, religion, old East End shops some of which still survive in Columbia Road, schools and days out, life at home like cooking on the old range, new tower blocks, playgrounds, playing on the railway and over Wanstead Flats, the Woolwich Ferry, bombsites and building sites. 192pp in small paperback, many photos.
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ISBN 9780752474847
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