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FIGHTING THE BUG

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The first part of this book deals with disease, health, and diet mainly in Knightswood prior to, during, and immediately following World War II. The second part is concerned mainly with the education of primary school children in the same area and during the same period, although there are several ventures beyond Knightswood and into Glasgow generally. This is not intended to be an academic treatise but is more in the form of a collection of experiences from a number of men and women who spent their formative years in Glasgow’s largest between-the-wars housing development. The accounts are equally applicable to all of Glasgow Corporation’s pioneering garden suburbs. In addition to anecdotes there is a great deal of easily verifiable “official” information; for example, details of Glasgow’s highly successful mass chest X-ray campaign in the 1950s and a fair amount of factual material concerning the Scottish education system operating in the early to mid... More > 20th century.< Less
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Edition
First Edition
Publisher
Diadem Books
Published
September 29, 2011
Language
English
Pages
200
File Format
PDF
File Size
18.97 MB

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