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THE MAKING OF MODERN BRITAIN

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KIRKUS REVIEW

This book meets a real need, and does it painlessly! Nevins sets the key for the book -- its market -- its peculiar timeliness, and he does more, he gives one a sense of excitement in approaching the history of England that makes the reading of subsequent chapters by Dr. Brebner an adventure in discovering the drama behind the English front. The ideal book for anyone (in the Services particularly) going to England; for anyone whose tendency is to belittle the part England has played in world history, in social and economic development, and in social progress. Our debt to England is a part of every phase of our lives; this shows us why.

Pub Date: June 25th, 1943
Publisher: Norton