Drawing on a wealth of first hand accounts, Juliet Nicolson's The Great Silence is a revelatory social history of post-First World War Britain. Rather than 'a land fit for heroes', the shock, stress and unacknowledged grief of troops and families reverberated through society. David Haycock's A Crisis of Brilliance follows the intertwined lives of five artists - Dora Carrington, Mark Gertler, Paul Nash, Richard Nevinson and Stanley Spencer - whose careers were defined by the First World War. They discuss the impact of these tumultuous times with Juliet Gardiner, whose The Thirties, An Intimate History, takes the story of Britain one stage further. (DeadGoodBooks)
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