A LAND FIT FOR HEROES? BRITAIN AFTER THE FIRST WORLD WAR
September 28th at 18:30 to September 30th at 13:30
24th November 1918, David Lloyd George declared the task of any future government: “to make Britain a fit country for heroes to live in”, an aim not realised between the wars, with a society divided between south/north, prosperity/poverty, social change/political conservatism. Consider 20s and 30s Britain – rising hemlines to Jarrow Marchers – and her response to the approach of WW2.