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People, Places and Passions: A Social History of Wales and the Welsh, 1870 - 1945, Volume 1

Davies, Russell

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ISBN 10: 1783162376 / ISBN 13: 9781783162376
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Russell Davies examines the social history of Wales in the years 1870 - 1948 and challenges a number of generally held views about Wales and the Welsh, offering an alternative history of idiosyncrasies and contradictions of both the country and the people. Num Pages: 448 pages, 11 black and white. BIC Classification: 1DBKW; 3JH; 3JJ; HBJD1; HBLL; HBLW; HBTB. Category: (G) General (US: Trade). Dimension: 141 x 216 x 39. Weight in Grams: 672. . 2015. Paperback. . . . . Books ship from the US and Ireland. Bookseller Inventory # V9781783162376

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Publisher: University of Wales Press

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The first of two volumes on the social history of Wales in the period 1870 - 1948, People, Places and Passions concentrates on the social events and changes which created and forged Wales into the mid-twentieth century. This volume considers a range of social changes little considered elsewhere by studies in Welsh history, accounting for the role played by the people of Wales in times of war and the age of the British Empire, and in technological change and innovation, as they travelled the developing capitalist and consumerist world in search of fame and fortune.

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The first of two volumes on the social history of Wales in the period 1870?1945, People, Places and Passions concentrates on the social events and changes which created, shaped, and drove modern Wales. Russell Davies examines a range of social forces little considered elsewhere by studies in Welsh history, accounting for the role played by the people of Wales in times of war, in the age of the British Empire, and in technological change and innovation, as the Welsh traveled the developing capitalist and consumerist world in search of fame and fortune.

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