Attlee's Britain 1945-1951
Take a look at our Pinterest board, Attlee’s Britain, a snapshot of post-war Britain. This is a great introduction to our new online resource 'Attlee’s Britain: Planning for the future?' http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/education/topics/attlees-britain.htm
The Empire Windrush: Jamaica Sails Into British History
Three Jamaican immigrants,(left to right) John Hazel, a 21-year-old boxer, Harold Wilmot, 32, and John Richards, a 22-year-old carpenter, arriving at Tilbury Docks, Essex on board the ex-troopship SS Empire Windrush on 22 June 1948, smartly dressed in 'Zoot Suits' and trilby hats. vintag, histori, fashion, style, suits, jamaican men, black, zoot suit, hat
Evening News cartoon, October 1948 From the British Cartoon Archive This image is under copyright, please see www.cartoons.ac.u...
Leaflet For The New National Health Service - Scottish Version
Children and Young People From warfare to welfare 1939-1959
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PE Class at Milton Board School, 1903. Pre-dating Attlee's welfare state Catalogue reference: COPY 1/160
Guy's Hospital London 1897 (before the NHS) Catalogue reference: COPY 1/428
City of Wakefield NHS Guide book cover, 1948 - 1957 Catalogue reference: MH 134/6
Clement Attlee- my genuine political hero.
The British Scene: Community centre by A.H Hall 1939-1946 Catalogue reference: INF 3/1741
The British Scene: London railway terminus by Grace Golden 1939-1946 Catalogue reference: INF 3/1740
Extract from the diary of Guy Liddell, Deputy Director General of the Security Service September 1946 - March 1947 Catalogue reference: KV 4/468
Extract from a transcript for an interview with RAB Butler and Richard Montague Smith, a reporter from The Daily Mail 14 November 1944 Catalogue reference: ED 121/202
Report on the use of snoek, a South African tinned fish tested in the Ministry of Food's canned fish division February 1948 Catalogue reference: MAF 256/88
Construction of temporary housing, July 1947