Roaring Twenties? Europe in the interwar period
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- 1 Modernism
- 2 Modern populations
- 3 The interwar city as a site of modernity
- 4 Mass media and the transformation of popular culture
- 5 The ‘New Woman’ – myth or reality?
- 6 Governments and populations
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Originally published: Wednesday, 6th January 2016
Last updated on: Wednesday, 6th January 2016
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