Who Dares Wins: Britiain, 1979-1982 – Dominic Sandbrook
Dominic Sandrook’s masterful history writing continues with this examination of 1979-1982, until recent events these years could be described as the most colourful and controversial years in our modern history.
Sandbrook brings the early 80s in all of their gaudy glory. This is the story of Tony Benn, Ian Botham and Princess Diana; Joy Division, Chariots of Fire, the Austin Metro and Juliet Bravo; wine bars, the Falklands war and the ZX Spectrum. And overseeing all of this the most divisive prime minister of modern times . . . again up until the most recent incarnation.
Hardback. 940 pages.
16.3cm x 24.1cm x 6cm