Sunderland, Industrial Giant: Recollections of Working Life
How do you cope with the loss of centuries of working tradition? These are the stories of the people who worked through this evolution, watched their town change around them and become a city – the people who saw the end of one era and the beginning of a bright new one.
Marie Gardiner is a professional photographer and writer. After earning her degree in Film and Media, she worked as a broadcaster for a number of years before starting up a media company with her partner. She now writes articles, educational tutorials and content, for businesses around the world. Marie also produces historical documentaries for exhibitions and televisions under Lonely Tower Film & Media.
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The Origins of the British Welfare State: Society, State and Social Welfare in England and Wales 1800-1945