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CourseThe 1950s: The end of empire, the beginning of a social revolution

Finished
2, 9, 16, 23, 30 October, 6, 13, 20, 27 November & 4 December, 2pm
Cost £30pp
Suitability Adults
Booking For further information contact course co-ordinator, Colin James 07971 665594. Enrolment will take place at the start of the first class.

From post-war austerity to the Festival of Britain, from Suez to Elvis: a decade of conflicting ideologies and a youth revolution. This revolutionary change was evident in the arts, theatre, cinema and popular culture throughout Europe and America. This was a decade that began with attempts to return to the political values of an imperial past and ended with the dawning of the Sixties.

Run in a relaxed and friendly environment that promotes debate and discussion, with no essays or accreditation.

£30 per person. For further information please contact the course manager, Colin James, on 07971 665594. Enrolment will take place at the start of the first class. 

Organised by Historical Association, Swansea Branch.

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