The book features over 100 images, among them photographs by Janet Mendelsohn and Nick Hedges which capture a specific moment when the city was coming to terms with a decade of sweeping redevelopment.
“A great, and highly entertaining piece of social history. It throws light on the forgotten, underexplored ways in which the upheavals of the late 60s resonated far beyond the capital cities. Not just a fascinating book, but a necessary one.”
Jonathan Coe, author
“This book is a kind of archive in itself – it both reminded me of what Birmingham in 1968 felt like and told me about much that I did not know at the time. What a year it was…”
Catherine Hall, historian
- Publisher : Flatpack Projects (10 Dec. 2019)
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