Working Class Life In Northern England 1945 2010

Author: Tony Blackshaw
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 1137349034
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What this tells us is that today the Inbetweeners identify with community
collectively, but live it on individual terms, or, in other words, most of them, like
Clare, are thoroughly comfortable with community as somewhere they can
happily visit and then safely leave after a while. And so it began in the
Interregnum, the trick of being simultaneously part of the community and outside
it, of always keeping it at arm's length. As we will see in the next chapter, that dual
sensation – of betraying ...

America The Great

Author: Edward Hawkins Sisson
Publisher: Edward Sisson
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Perhaps the Irish people might yet redeem their failure of character in 1942-1945,
by seeing how close their situation was to the situation today of the people of
Taiwan, and even of the Falklands, and of applying the principle that won them
their ... do it again if needed. Will Indians also so prove? It wasn't the people of
India that made the government of Great Britain pledge to “the right of all peoples
to choose the form of government under which they will live” – it was America. But
it was ...

Austerity Britain 1945 1951

Author: David Kynaston
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
ISBN: 1408809079
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And again: 'The miners, who often hate their jobs, have at the same time a deeply
-felt affection for them, which is often expressed in the incessant talk about the pit.
' He added, tellingly, that 'younger men often interrupt ... We were picking bits of
stone and rock out of the coal as it passed us on conveyer belts. The place was
so full of dust you could barely see ... I saw people who should never have been
working, having to work to live. 'It probably sounds corny,' this very atypical miner
 ...

Hitler 1936 1945

Author: Ian Kershaw
Publisher: Penguin UK
ISBN: 0141925817
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... again, his weight was back to normal, and his eczema had vanished.195 His
belief in Morell would last down to the bunker in 1945. From late 1937 onwards,
his increasing hypochondria made him ever more reliant on Morell's pills, drugs,
and injections.196 And the fear of cancer (which had caused his mother's death)
never left him. At the end of October, he told a meeting of propaganda leaders
that both his parents had died young, and that he probably did not have long to
live. 'It ...

Narrative And Imperative

Author: Risa B. Sodi
Publisher: Peter Lang
ISBN: 9780820488721
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We talked among ourselves, saying, 'It's going to be so beautiful! Can you
imagine it! They'll greet us with music!'" But it wasn't like that at all. "I got home in
August 1945, and the winter of '45- '46 was so difficult, so desperate for me as to
induce me to write; and to write in order to reconstitute the Lager. I felt it was
useless to talk to the others (non-returnees), and so I wrote in order to see the
Lager again, to live it again." Millu, like Tedeschi, found that no one was
interested in her tales; ...

Learning To Live

Author: Douglas Palermo
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 9780595786480
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But it was pretty good. Next week is a new one, so hopefully it will be a good one.
There's nothing worse than a bad Saturday Night Live, but there is nothing better
than a good one. I gave Stick a call during it, but he was with that girl, which I ...
After Saturday Night Live I planned on just writing this journal entry and then
getting to sleep, but I stopped by on The Name, and saw Noel bashing Steve
again. ... US. History. Since. 1945—Final. Paper. Excerpts. (May. 1998—
Sophomore.

English History 1914 1945

Author: A. J. P. Taylor
Publisher: Oxford Paperbacks
ISBN: 0192801406
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MOSLEY'S PROPOSALS the mass of the community, nor was it irrelevant that the
areas of mass unemployment lay far from London, the political centre. ...
MacDonald, as usual, put it best: 'We are not on trial; it is the system under which
we live. ... Nevertheless loyalty to MacDonald and distrust for the wealthy outsider
were too strong. Mosley's proposals were rejected by 202 votes to 29. In the
autumn of 1930 Mosley appealed to the party conference. MacDonald defeated
him again.

Clem Attlee

Author: Francis Beckett
Publisher: Haus Publishing
ISBN: 1910376213
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In 1945, as never before or since, people wanted the government to make Britain
into one nation, to put an end to conspicuous wealth in the midst of desperate
poverty. It was a moment ... Attlee, Dalton, Morrison, Griffiths and Bevan all knew
that if they blew the chance in 1945, it would not come again. If they believed in ...
This was the tradition made by people who knew what life for the poor was like
without a welfare state and who did not want anyone to have to live it. In The
Social ...

Black Diplomacy African Americans And The State Department 1945 69

Author: Michael Krenn
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 131747581X
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At Eisenhower's “suggestion” the exhibit was again closed, and then reopened
with a focus on a single problem—public health.50 The “forthright” approach to
America's race problem had lasted for approximately three months. ... exhibit had
helped raise their opinion of the United States (with most of the others indicating
that it had made no difference in their opinion)51 Apparently, it was easier to try
and sell the story of America's civil rights progress abroad than it was to live it at
home.

Propaganda And The German Cinema 1933 1945

Author: David Welch
Publisher: I.B.Tauris
ISBN: 085771595X
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In 1936, in an article entitled, 'It Carried the Homeland Across Frontiers', the
Völkischer Beobachter outlined the RMVP's distribution of films for German
minorities abroad: Film's role is important in this respect. By such means ... This
National Socialist film report (also known as Echo der Heimat) is distributed four
times a year to wherever expatriate Germans happen to live. It offers them a ...
HEIMKEHR (HOMECOMING, 1941) Once again Gustav Ucicky and scriptwriter
Gerhard BLOOD ...