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Has Britain always looked backwards?

Has Britain always looked backwards?

Update: 2022-06-102
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From the “Blitz spirit” invoked in the Covid-19 pandemic, to the 16th-century sense that a lost greatness needed to be recovered, historian Hannah Rose Woods reveals how nostalgia for a bygone era is nothing new. Speaking to Elinor Evans about her new book Rule, Nostalgia, she discusses the various ways our ancestors have looked back at our national past.

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Has Britain always looked backwards?

Has Britain always looked backwards?