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eBook Working-Class Housing in England between the Wars: The Becontree Estate (Oxford Historical Monographs) epub
  • ISBN: 019820650X
  • Author: Andrzej Olechnowicz
  • Genre: History
  • Subcategory: Europe
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Clarendon Press; 1 edition (March 27, 1997)
  • Pages: 288 pages
  • ePUB size: 1297 kb
  • FB2 size 1971 kb
  • Formats mbr lrf lit mobi


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Working-Class Housing i.has been added to your Basket. 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). Andrzej Olechnowicz 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.

Oxford Historical Monographs. The Becontree Estate. Built between 1921 and 1934, the London County Council's Becontree Estate was the largest public housing scheme ever undertaken in Britain, and,. Working-Class Housing in England between the Wars. Oxford Historical Monographs.

Built between 1921 and 1934, the London County council's Becontree Estate housed over 110,000 people in 25,000 .

Built between 1921 and 1934, the London County council's Becontree Estate housed over 110,000 people in 25,000 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.

Olechnowicz, Andrzej. Working-Class Housing in England between the Wars: The Becontree Estate. Oxford Historical Manuscripts. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1997. He shows clearly that despite underfunding and unfair tenant selection and rent poli-cies, tenants coped relatively well and staked out a decent life for themselves in the project. The book's attention to domestic economy is extremely valuable.

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). Built between 1921 and. Built between 1921 and 1934, the London County council's Becontree Estate housed over 11. 00 people in 25,000 dwellings. Andrzej Olechnowicz 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.

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Start by marking Working-Class Housing in England Between the Wars: The Becontree Estate as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Using interviews with surviving tenants from the inter-year period, Dr Olechnowicz discusses the early years of the estate, looking in detail at the philosophy behind its construction and Built between 1921 and 1934, the 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.

a b Andrzej Olechnowicz, Working-Class Housing in England Between the Wars: The Becontree Estate, Oxford historical monographs, Oxford: Clarendon/Oxford University, 1997

a b Andrzej Olechnowicz, Working-Class Housing in England Between the Wars: The Becontree Estate, Oxford historical monographs, Oxford: Clarendon/Oxford University, 1997, ISBN 978-0-19-820650-7. "Telephone Service, Dagenham (Hansard, 2 February 1955)".

Home Browse Books Book details, Working-Class Housing in England between the. Built between 1921 and 1934, the 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. Using interviews with surviving tenants from the inter-year period, Dr Olechnowicz discusses the early years of the estate, looking in detail at the philosophy behind its construction and management, and showing how it eventually came to be denigrated as a social concentration camp.

Andrzej Olechnowicz discusses the early years of the estate, looking in.

Andrzej Olechnowicz 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.

Built between 1921 and 1934, the 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. Using interviews with surviving tenants from the inter-year period, Dr Olechnowicz discusses the early years of the estate, looking in detail at the philosophy behind its construction and management, and showing how it eventually came to be denigrated as a social concentration camp.
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