2 edition of Homosexuality and everyday life in post-war London found in the catalog.
Homosexuality and everyday life in post-war London
Richard Quentin Donald Hornsey
Written in English
|Statement||Richard Quentin Donald Hornsey.|
|Series||Sussex theses ; S 5724|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 244 leaves :|
|Number of Pages||244|
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It covered every aspect of everyday life in London in through and was a fascinating look into a most courageous time. It is hard to imagine how London endured the during the period and was able to carry on despite the hardships and dangers that by: 6.
Our Hidden Lives is a book with extracts from diaries submitted by people who took part in something called 'The Mass Observation Project', which was set up for the government(s) in Britain to get an idea of what the population really thought about things, what were their issues and concerns/5.
Moreover, for many homosexual men across post-war Britain, London remained a distant setting, encountered only in representational form, via the wireless, during newsreels at the cinema, and in daily newspapers.
This absence neither restricted queer men in achieving their desires, nor thwarted the formation of identity. Throughout the post-war years, the new cult of the teenager in the s, CND and the counter-culture of the s, gay liberation, feminism, the Punk movement and the miners' strike of all helped to build a politics of identity.
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By the end of the First World War, almost one million British soldiers, sailors and airmen had been killed. However, nearly another two million had been permanently disabled - o had lost legs or arms.
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