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The Long March of Everymann 1750- 1960

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More than two centuries have passed since the onset of the Industrial Revolution, and since then there have been vast changes.What was life like for our ancestors?
This book, adapted from the BBC radio series, answers the questions to some extent. In it the people of Britain speak for themselves-labourers, soldiers, mill-girls, farmers, shop-keepers- telling among other things, of life in Nelson's navy and in the Flanders trenches of work in sweat-shop and factory and of hunger and unemployment. Many of them faced appalling hardship, but all of their stories are, nonethelsess, characterized by dignity and humour.

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More than two centuries have passed since the onset of the Industrial Revolution, and since then there have been vast changes.What was life like for our ancestors?
This book, adapted from the BBC radio series, answers the questions to some extent. In it the people of Britain speak for themselves-labourers, soldiers, mill-girls, farmers, shop-keepers- telling among other things, of life in Nelson's navy and in the Flanders trenches of work in sweat-shop and factory and of hunger and unemployment. Many of them faced appalling hardship, but all of their stories are, nonethelsess, characterized by dignity and humour.
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Title The Long March of Everymann 1750- 1960 Height 180
Theo Barker Width 110
ISBN-13 9781310392678 Binding PAPERBACK
ISBN-10 1310392678 Spine Width 14
Publisher Penguin Books Pages 301
Edition Rare Availability In Stock

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