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Andrew Marr's History Of Modern Britain - Series 1 £8.99 @ Amazon & Play OR The Andrew Marr Collection: History Of Modern Britain (Series 1) & The Making Of Modern Britain (Series 2) 4 Disc Set - £14.93 at Amazon
Andrew Marr's History Of Modern Britain - Series 1 £8.99 @ Amazon & Play OR The Andrew Marr Collection: History Of Modern Britain (Series 1) & The Making Of Modern Britain (Series 2) 4 Disc Set - £14.93 at Amazon

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The complete series 1 and 2 of the polemical BBC modern history programme written and presented by political commentator Andrew Marr. Series 1, 'Andrew Marr's History of Modern Britain' (2007) looks at the key events that have shaped British society since the end of the Second World War, including the collapse of Empire, Britain's uneasy truce with former enemies and allies in Europe, and tensions in the 'special relationship' Britain has with the United States. Series 2, 'Andrew Marr's Making of Modern Britain' (2009) goes back further in history to examine the turbulent period between 1900 and 1945, from the death of Queen Victoria to the end of the Second World War.

Andrew Marr's History Of Modern Britain - Series 1 £8.99 @ Amazon & Play

An epic account of the events that have shaped our lives since the end of the Second World War. Using archive and stills, dynamic sequences of Andrew Marr's journey across Britain, anecdote and analysis, this landmark series charts the evolution of Britain's place in the world since the Second World War: the collapse of Empire, an uneasy truce with former enemies and allies in Europe, tensions in our 'special relationship' with the United States.

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Just reading the book again for the nth time. I really good real if you are interested in where us modern Brits came from.
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