Post World War I
|Caption||Post World War I. Our picture shows: top left, celebrations after the end of World War I; middle, the national strike in 1926 when volunteers drove the buses and goods depots were set up in Hyde Park with lorries bringing supplies led by an armoured car as a precaution; top right, strip housing development along roads, which was in due course, forbidden by Act of Parliament; and hiking. Original artwork for illustration on pp20-21 of Look and Learn issue no 770 (16 October 1976). Lent to Look and Learn for scanning by The Gallery of Illustration.|
|Copyright notice||© Look and Learn|
|Keywords||World War I First World War victory celebration general strike national strike 1926 strip development housing development armoured car buses volunteers hiking hats food supply Battersea Power Station|
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