What the Victorians Did for Us

What the Victorians Did for Us

Book - 2001
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The Victorian era was a time of extraordinary prosperity and development in Britain. Britain was a world leader in steam engines, iron and steel production, cotton and woollen mills and international trade; an explosion of power and pride that was celebrated in the Great Exhibition of 1851.

Adam Hart-Davis, who presented 'What the Romans Did for Us' in a highly acclaimed television series and contributed the Introduction to the accompanying book, is a renaissance man - brilliant at elucidating and explaining. This is a celebration of Victorian achievements and a reflection of the fact that we still live in a Victorian world.

Publisher: London, Eng. : Headline, 2001.
ISBN: 9780755310104
0755310101
Characteristics: 224 pages :,illustrations (some color) ;,25 cm.

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