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1900's - The Edwardian Period

Grooming and Corsets   Children's Books   Detergents and Cleaning Compounds   Flying   Daytrips to the Seaside Suffragettes

1910's - Women and War

Coronation   Cinema   Fresh Style for Young Women   World War I   Airship Air Raids   Victory Celebrations

1920's - The Roaring Twenties

Flappers   Crystal Sets   Nightclubs   Trams   Airships   LuxuryCars  Ocean Liners   'The Green Hat'

1930's - The Tantalising Thirties

Talkies   Palais-de-danse   Tommy Farr   Flying Boats   The Lambeth Walk   Stop Me and Buy One   Comics   Woolworths -- the 3d & 6d Store   Nippies and ABCs   The First Penguins

1940's - The Austere Forties

Woolton Pie   The Wartime Songs   'ITMA'   Gas Masks   Dig for Victory   Demob Suits and Nylons   Utility Furniture and Clothing   The Yanks   Pathé News

1950's - The Rocking Fifties

Holiday Camps   The Rank Charm School   'Sunday Night at the London Palladium'   Teddy Boys and Rock-and-Roll   The Brylcreem Boy   The Angry Young Men   Ealing Comedies   Furniture of the 50s   Tony Curtises, Crewcuts and DAs   The Dockers

1960's - The Swinging Sixties

Mary Quant and Carnaby Street   The Beatles and the Mersey Sound   The Mini   Dr.Beeching and the Last Steam Train   The Old Coins   Hippies   Mods and Rockers   'Juke Box Jury' and 'Ready Steady Go'   Satire and TW3   Carry on Movies

1970's - The Sizzling Seventies

Glam Rock   Punk   Royal Wedding   Silver Jubilee   Strikes   Comedy   Heatwave

1980's - The Thatcher Years

The New Romantics   Power Dressing   Live Aid   Margaret Thatcher   The Great Storm   Comedy   Lady Diana

1990's - The Technological Nineties

Royal Weddings   50th Anniversary WWII   British Films   Supermodels   Computers, Lottery, Stars   Diana Killed





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