About this book
Peace at last, after Lloyd George declared it had been 'the war to end all wars', would surely bring relief and a renewed sense of optimism? A story of the pause between 1918 and 1920, and the change, embraced or rejected, that had arrived in this time as the impact of a tragic war was gradually absorbed. With her focus on daily life, the author evokes what England was like during this fascinating hinge in history.
The story of life after the Great War: a turning point in history
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