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British Social and Economic History 1914-1945

HS1283


Value: half unit

Teaching:

Taught through weekly lectures and fortnightly follow-up tutorial classes

Assessment:

Two Assessed Coursework Essays (40% and 60%)

This course is compulsory for the degree programme BA MODERN HISTORY AND POLITICS. 

The course aims to draw out the particular features which made the economic and social history of Britain in the first four decades of the twentieth century so distinct and to study them in depth while incorporating basic economic statistics.

   
 
 
 

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