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MY BRITISH ARCHIVE, THE WAY WE WERE 1968-1983

Shoeless and in their underclothes two young girls play in the street outside their prefab homes. After the Second World War  it was estimated that 750,000 new home in England and Wales needed to be built, cheaply and quickly. They were officially temporary, with a 10 year life span. Elephant and Castle, London, England circa 1975.
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BRITISH SOCIETY 1970S AND 1980S UK THE WAY WE WERE.
Shoeless and in their underclothes two young girls play in the street outside their prefab homes. After the Second World War it was estimated that 750,000 new home in England and Wales needed to be built, cheaply and quickly. They were officially temporary, with a 10 year life span. Elephant and Castle, London, England circa 1975.

Filename: CHILDREN PLAYING IN STREET 1970S WORKING CLASS BRITAIN UK 2453.jpg
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From gallery: MY BRITISH ARCHIVE, THE WAY WE WERE 1968-1983
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Date: 8 Feb 2013
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Credit: HOMER SYKES
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