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Talk: Britain in the 1960s - Happy Days or Prelude to a Long Road Down?
 
 
Date: 26 November 2010 
 

The University of Hong Kong, the European Studies Programme, and the Hong Kong Association for European Studies will host the following event:

Britain in the 1960s: Happy Days or Prelude to a Long Road Down?

Terence Yeung, European Documentation Centre, Hong Kong Baptist University

Date: November 26  (Friday) , 2010
Time: 7.00 PM
Venue: LG 109 , LG/1.  KK. Leung Building, The University of Hong Kong, Pok Fu Lam Road, Hong Kong

Language: Cantonese

The social and cultural revolution of the 1960s was a crucial turning point in modern British history. In his talk, Terence Yeung tracks the transformation of British society in the 1960s and examines its impact on the way Britain has come to understand itself and its role in the world.
 
All are welcome.

For more information, please contact: Ms Christy Ho, chhristy@hku.hk, Tel. 2219-4208, www.hku.hk/europe

 
 
     
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