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Brighton behind the Front

Photographs and memories of the Second World War


price: £11.99
Author(s)Various
Abstract

First published in 1990, Brighton behind the Front was originally produced in collaboration with the now defunct Lewis Cohen Urban Studies Centre, in the same series as Backyard Brighton and Back Street Brighton. It brings together a collection of Brighton wartime reminiscences and documents how ordinary people were affected by the war. This was a challenging time in British history, giving rise to moving accounts of individual lives set against a society undergoing profound changes. Using personal recollections, contemporary photographs, letters, a logbook and diaries, Brighton behind the Front vividly portrays what it was like to live in this south coast town during the Second World War.

TypeMain Collection
ThanksThe Royal Pavilion and Museums, Brighton & Hove and the Argus for the use of photographs.
 1st Edition
TeamGeorgina Attrell, Jacqueline Connatty, Irene Duncan, Ruby Dunn, Robert Gregory, Carmel Kelly, Karen Medlyn, Selma and Dicon Montford, Nick Osmond, John Roles, Ruth Sykes, Darren Tabone, Jo Taylor, Alistair Thomson
PublishedDecember 1990
PrinterDelta Press, South Wing, Level 1, New England House, New England Street, Brighton BN1 4GH
ISBN0-904733-40-8
Cover price£3.95
 2nd Edition
EditorsUnedited
TeamQueenSpark Management Committee, University of Brighton, Desktop Display
PublishedOctober 2008
PrinterEuropean Print Group, 72 New Bond Street, London W1S 1RR
ISBN9780-904733-48-8
Cover price£11.99
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