South Bank Exhibition - poster, 1951

Educational poster published by the Bureau of Current Affairs showing a model of the Festival of Britain on London's South Bank. The Festival of Britain was an attempt to give the post-war period a feeling of recovery and progress and to promote better-quality design in the rebuilding of British towns and cities following the war. The Labour Party's Deputy Leader, Herbert Morrison, described it as "a tonic for the nation".

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Title South Bank Exhibition - poster, 1951
Maker Trades Union Congress
Production Date 1951
Format Poster
Copyright --
Holding Institution TUC Library Collections, London Metropolitan University
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