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BBC History Magazine UK - The Story of the Victorians 2017 English | 116 pages | True PDF | 28,20 MB
From life in London's East End slums to the politics of the queen's drawing room, the Victorian age is a rich source of human interest. The Story of the Victorians looks at Britain during the long reign of a formidable queen (1837-1901), a period that saw dramatic events both at home and abroad. The country's fast-growing industrial economy was spurred on by the meteoric growth of the British empire. We look at how this was created and maintained not just through commerce, but also through a constant series of wars, as well as how it shaped British society. We'll discover some of the impressive cast of characters whose endeavours still influence British life today, from Florence Nightingale to industrialist William Hesketh Lever and naturalist Charles Darwin. We'll also take a look at the lives of ordinary people, from cradle to grave, and at work and at play. This period saw the fight for political representation and the struggle for decent living and working conditions. We'll look at how rapid urbanisation brought great opportunities as well as challenges, creating a host of new identities, from railway engineer to suffragist. We'll also discover how the railway age ushered in social changes, from the rise of consumerism to the development of seaside holidays. The Story of the Victorians brings together articles that have appeared previously in BBC History Magazine along with new content written specially for this edition. I hope you enjoy it.
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