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The development of the British economy, 1914-1950.
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This is an example of the «Cambridge history» approach at its best. The years between and is broken into three periods: those of globalization (), the world wars and their aftermath (), and post-war (). Sidney Pollard was a labor historian who pioneered the study of economic management in history and the understanding of the economic processes by which regions are formed. The development of the British economy London: Edward Arnold. Google Scholar The development of the British economy. History 50 (). Google Scholar | ISI Author: David Renton.
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Preface --Great Britain at the end of the long peace --The First World War, --British industry and transport between the wars --Commercial and financial developments --Social conditions between the war --The British economy in total war, --Reconversion to peace, The development of the British economy [POLLARD, Sidney] 1914-1950.
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Abstract. For many years now the have been regarded as a period of stagnation as far as the British economy is concerned. Contemporaries were in no doubt that these were bad years. Their anxious desire to return to normality or to what they considered to be the belle époque of the Edwardian era was an indication of the distress of the times.
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