Exclusively for British Library Members
Historian David Kynaston invites you to rethink the ‘60s. Did the decade really represent the fundamental break in our post-war story that it has become known for? Your ticket includes a drink on arrival.
David Kynaston was born in 1951 and has been a professional historian since 1973. The three main areas he has written on have been the City of London (including a four-volume history), cricket and post-war Britain. His Tales of a New Jerusalem sequence so far comprises Austerity Britain, Family Britain and Modernity Britain.