This Exceptional Book Is The First Full Length Study On The 1951 Festival Of Britain As A Consciously Constructed Cultural And Educational Event, Or Rather Series Of Events, The Festival Provides An Opportunity To See A Society And A Government Struggling To Recast National Identity After The Experience Of World War II Primarily An Examination Of How Britain And Britishness Were Portrayed In The 1951 Festival S Exhibitions And Events, Becky E Conekin Considers The Festival S History And Historiography, Its Purpose, Its Representations Of The Future And The Past, The Role Of London And The Local , The British Empire And Finally Its Legacy.
Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the The Autobiography of a Nation: The 1951 Festival of Britain book, this is one of the most wanted Becky E. Conekin author readers around the world.
- 272 pages
- The Autobiography of a Nation: The 1951 Festival of Britain
- Becky E. Conekin
- 04 March 2019 Becky E. Conekin