Combining Oral History, Rare Images, And Rediscovered Film Stills From The Turn Of The Century, This Work Gives Voice To The Forgotten Figures Who Peopled The Cities, Factories, And Coasts Of Edwardian Britain This Extraordinary Period Was Fueled By A Relentless Sense Of Progress And Witnessed The Invention Of Many Of The Technologies Now Taken For Granted This Exciting Work Draws Together The Experiences Of People From All Walks Of Life, Capturing The First Generation That Was Able To Record Their Lives On Film And Imbuing Them With Emotional Immediacy.
Max Arthur is an author who specialises in first hand recollections of historical events He has worked closely with the Imperial War Museum to bring together two books in the Forgotten Voices series, Forgotten Voices of the Great War and Forgotten Voices of the Second World War Prior to becoming a writer, he served with the Royal Air Force and for some years was an actor.
- 320 pages
- Lost Voices of the Edwardians: 1901-1910 in Their Own Words
- Max Arthur
- 22 February 2017 Max Arthur