Wales since 1939
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In this history of modern Wales - that 'complex and contradictory nation' - Martin Johnes focuses on the central issue of national identity as he examines in detail the remarkable transformations the country has undergone since the Second World War and what those transformations have meant in the lives of Welsh people. Covering a period during which 'Wales was remade from an idea into something more tangible', the study culminates in devolution. No jacket.