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Liverpool 80's: Souvenir Of The Decade

Liverpool 80's: Souvenir Of The Decade (Paperback)

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In the Eighties there was no more political city to grow up in than Liverpool. There was Militant taking on the Thatcher government, the struggle between the unions and bosses during a time of record unemployment, and the Toxteth riots in 1981. But it was also a decade of massive regeneration. We celebrated the International Garden Festival, the Albert Dock and Cavern Walks were opened. The Tall Ships visited Liverpool as did the Pope. There were laughs with Alan Bleasdale's brilliant Boys From The Black Stuff. Brookside hit our television screens and the Walton sextuplets were born. In fashion, Liverpool became the Capital of Crimpers. The new wave of Mersey Beat saw groups like Frankie Goes To Hollywood and Echo and the Bunnymen rule the world. It was a decade when Hillsborough united us in tragedy. But we shared the joy when the greatest derby in the world came to Wembley. This 82-page book is packed with many never-before-seen images from the famous archives of the Liverpool Daily Post and Echo accompanied by facts and figures from their award-winning team of journalists. A timeless and priceless keepsake of a great city.

Also available in this series - Liverpool 50s, 60s and 70s.

History & PoliticsLocal interest, family history & nostalgiaLocal historyHistory & PoliticsLocal interest, family history & nostalgiaPlaces in old photographsTravel & MapsPlaces & peoples: pictorial works Publisher: Trinity Mirror Sport Media Publication Date: 07/09/2009 ISBN-13: 9781906802202  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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