5 edition of Working-class housing in England between the wars found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -264) and index.
|Other titles||Becontree Estate|
|Series||Oxford historical monographs|
|LC Classifications||HD7288.78.G72 E876 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||273 p. :|
|Number of Pages||273|
|LC Control Number||97170117|
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Working-Class Housing in England between the Wars: The Becontree Estate (Oxford Historical Monographs) 1st Edition by Andrzej Olechnowicz (Author)Cited by: Built between andthe London County council's Becontree Estate housed overpeople in 25, dwellings.
This book discusses the early years of the estate, looking in detail at the philosophy behind its construction and management policies, and showing how it eventually came to be denigrated as a social concentration camp exemplifying all the political dangers of a mass culture.
Working-Class Housing in England between the Wars - Andrzej Olechnowicz - Oxford University Press Built between andthe London County Council's Becontree Estate was the largest public housing scheme ever undertaken in Britain, and, at the time of its planning, in the world.
Working-class housing in England between the wars: the Becontree Estate. [Andrzej Olechnowicz] -- This book presents an important episode in twentieth-century English history: the largest public housing scheme ever undertaken in England (and at the time of its planning, in the world).
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This book presents an important episode in the twentieth-century history of the United Kingdom: the largest public housing scheme ever undertaken in Britain (and at the time of its planning, in the world).
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The First World War marked a watershed in British house construction. For the first time, the large-scale provision of working class housing became the responsibility of the state while the building of middle class homes for owner occupiers was subject to new pressures, such as the arrival of electricity, the rise of the motor car and the expansion of a servantless lower middle class.
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To assess the importance of housing campaigns in the broader context of class struggle the focus of the discussion will concentrate on two early post-war housing campaigns.
The first section will involve a brief description of working-class housing conditions in the early post-war period.In children in Britain sometimes left school when they were only 12 years old.
However, in the minimum school leaving age was raised to Between the wars, working class children went to elementary schools. Middle class children went to grammar schools. T here were two periods in the 20th century when housing supply did a reasonable job of meeting housing demand and need.
The first was between the wars.