Attlee’s Labour governments by Robert Pearce

Attlee’s Labour governments by Robert Pearce is a short and concise book on the governments between 1945 and 1951. The post-war period brought some significant changes, which still impact the modern-day lives of Brits. I liked how clear was all presented in the book, but, for me, the bias was a bit too visible, hence I took out a star for this.

Attlee's Labour governments by Robert Pearce

I would recommend the book to both students and to people who are interested in this period but who might not want to read 500+ pages long tomes about politics. Despite its bias, the author creates a good overview of the government at that time, so it’s well worth a read.

Attlee’s Labour governments by Robert Pearce

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My rating: 4/5 Stars
Would I recommend it: yes
Published by: Routledge
Year it was published: 1994
Format: Paperback
Genre(s): 1940s politics in Britain
Pages: 96

Other books by Robert Pearce: 1930s Britain; Attlee; The Experience of Warfare in Britain 1854-1929; Britain: Domestic Politics, 1918- 39.
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