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Britain's Lost Cities: A Chronicle of Architectural Destruction Paperback – 25 Apr 2010
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'Beautifully elegiac… a memento mori of British civic pride lost to the shopping centres and ring roads of the 1960s… This masterful book should be placed in every council planning committee in the country’(Tristram Hunt BBC History Magazine)
‘An engrossing, no-punches-pulled denunciation of the wilful destruction of our urban landscape since the 1930s’(The Times)
About the Author
Gavin Stamp is an architectural historian and writer, who for many years was chairman of the Twentieth Century Society. His other books include Lost Victorian Britain, Britain's Lost Cities and Edwin Lutyens Country Houses (all published by Aurum), as well as The Memorial to the Missing of the Somme and The Changing Metropolis: Earliest Photographs of London 1839 - 1879.
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