Hope and Glory: Britain 1900-1990by Peter Clarke, Mark Kishlansky, David Cannadine (Editor)
At the close of the 20th century, Britain's place in the world is constantly debated and redefined. Volume nine of historian Peter Clarke's HOPE AND GLORY traces the milestones of that nation's decline over the past hundred years. Portraits of such giants as David Lloyd George, Winston Churchill, and Margaret Thatcher mingle with sketches of ordinary Britons who lived through three generations of unprecedented change. 464 pp.
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