10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «TO HAVE HAD A GOOD WAR»
Discover the use of to have had a good war
in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to to have had a good war
and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in English literature.
Literature, Politics, and Culture in Postwar Britain
As Calder remarks, some men were said to have had 'a good war', but 'very few
women can have come out of it with a better footing on the career ladder, or with
enhanced personal prestige. The war trampled roughshod through women's ...
British Cinema in the Fifties: Gender, Genre and the 'New Look'
It was possible to have had a 'good war' in the sense not only that you were still
alive at the end of it but also that your position in terms of a post-war career had
actually improved. Such men could feel, rather guiltily, that the war had opened
the Voluntary Sector
In confronting the new situation, it had some assets. If the war had been a
stimulus for expansion of the state sector of welfare, the voluntary sector could
also claim to have 'had a good war'. In the process, it had also changed and
Rodney Hedley, Colin Rochester, Justin Davis Smith, 2005
Iron Britannia: Time to
Take the Great out of Britain
There, the gung-ho Dr Owen was deemed to have had a 'good war' and to have
emerged as a credible leader of the new party. He stood against Jenkins in the
first SDP leadership ballot and with significant press support gained 40% of the ...
Landscapes of Loss: The National Past in Postwar French Cinema
... say, Jean-Paul Sartre or Michel Foucault—looked too closely at what had
happened during the Occupation, it may have been because “very few
intellectuals of any political stripe could claim to have had a 'good' war, as Albert
Intrepid Warriors: Perspectives on Canadian Military Leaders
This chapter covers Layard's sea-time during the Second World War — and he
can be said to have had a good war — focusing primarily on his command of EG-
9 during the challenging inshore campaign against the U-boats in the waters off ...
Political and Legal Perspectives
It was not an issue, in the context of other postwar political and social problems,
which generated significant controversy. The Church of England might be said to
have had a 'good war'. Protestant Dissent, it subsequently became apparent, ...
Like most of the people he had met who had been reputed to have had 'a good
war', Brigadier Copeland, apart from the obvious military connection as borne out
by his overcoat and other indicators, was quite unlike someone stamped in a ...
In the immediate post-war years British made cameras sold well abroad. Most
were still pre-war designs but at last some modern British 35mm cameras began
to be marketed. The photographic industry was perceived to have had a good
The Rise and Fall of State-Owned Enterprise in the Western World
... manufacturer Short Brothers was taken over only after it failed to meet flow
production targets. The aircraft and armaments industries indeed were perceived
to have had a "good war" and for that reason were also unlikely to be touched in
Pierangelo Maria Toninelli, 2000