Compiled from lectures and blog posts on Edwardian Promenade, the Pocket Guide to Edwardian England poses to give a fun, frothy, but thorough look at the time period made popular by Downton Abbey and Upstairs Downstairs! From the royal family of Edward VII to the working class, to the servants who toiled in great country houses and their masters, to the mighty politicians and their goals. For anyone wanting a short and concise, yet deeply engrossing look at this opulent era, Pocket Guide to Edwardian England is just book to take you away.There was the tugaof-war between professionals and amateurs, the agenda of sports in boysa#39; and girlsa#39; public schools, new ... wellatoado aquot;amateuraquot; sportsmen and aquot;professionalaquot; sportsmen was most prominent in cricket and association football (soccer). In earlier days, both played together on the same local teams, and the high profile matches were those played ... The boy who did not play sports would find it difficult to make friends because everyone was so focused on physicalanbsp;...
|Title||:||Pocket Guide to Edwardian England|
|Publisher||:||Evangeline Holland - 2012-06-22|