NEVER HAD IT SO GOOD


NEVER HAD IT SO GOOD

DOMINIC SANDBROOK    Book Number: 86334    Product format: Paperback

Sub-titled 'A History of Britain From Suez to The Beatles'. This spectacular history of the 1960s is a history of Britain from the bloodshed of the Suez Crisis to the giddy heyday of Beatlemania, from the first night of 'Look Back in Anger' to the sensational revelations of the Profumo scandal. Life in Britain during the late 1950s and early 1960s seemed more colourful, exciting and controversial than ever. Sandbrook tells the story of a society caught between cultural nostalgia and economic optimism and brings to life the post-war experience in this richly detailed and deeply atmospheric book. 892pp in paperback with extensive notes, bibliography and index. Paperback. 892 pages, 32 pages of photos.
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ISBN 9780349115306
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