Gerald Howard-Smith and the "Lost Generation" of late Victorian and Edwardian England

TitleGerald Howard-Smith and the "Lost Generation" of late Victorian and Edwardian England
Publication TypeBook
Year of Publication2017
AuthorsBenson, John
Number of Pages156
PublisherRouteledge, Taylor & Francis Group
CityLondon; New York
Abstract

As well as telling the fascinating story of Gerald Howard-Smith for the first time, this important new biography explores such complex and important issues as childhood and adolescence, class relations, sporting achievement, manliness and masculinity, metropolitan-provincial relationships, and forms of commemoration. It will therefore be of interest to educationalists, sports historians, local and regional historians, and those interested in class, gender and civilian-military relations - indeed all those seeking to understand the economic, social, and cultural life of late nineteenth and early twentieth-century Britain. [UNC Catalog]

URLhttps://lccn.loc.gov/2016005915
Original Publication2016
Reprint EditioneBook
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