Our Hidden Lives: The Remarkable Diaries of Post-War Britain

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Our Hidden Lives: The Remarkable Diaries of Post-War Britain - Garfield, Simon, Mr.

In 1936 anthropologist Tom Harrison, poet and journalist Charles Madge and documentary filmmaker Humphrey Jennings set up the Mass Observation Project. The idea was simple: ordinary people would record, in diary form, the events of their everyday lives. An estimated one million pages eventually found their way to the archive - and it soon became ... Read More

Our Hidden Lives: The Remarkable Diaries of Post-War Britain 2011, Ebury Press

ISBN-13: 9780091897338

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