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From the bomb to The Beatles

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The National Archives

Bessant Drive

Richmond

TW9 4DU

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Talk

Mini-skirts, the Rolling Stones, the Festival of Britain and top-loading washing machines - all these played their part in an era defined by change.

In this talk, Juliet Gardiner traces the fascinating cultural and social developments in Britain in the twenty years following the Second World War; from the restricted culture of 1945 to the dawn of heady freedoms in the 1960's.

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