1966 and All That

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Hodder & Stoughton, Jun 29, 2006 - History - 175 pages
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'Hilarious' The Sunday Times

'Side-splitting' Daily Telegraph

'Craig Brown is the business' Independent

'Craig Brown's 1966 and All That is a fabulous spoof history of modern Britain. Inspired by its irreverent predecessor 1066 and All That, which was published in 1930, it begins with the First World War and ends with the Millennium Dome. It is effortlessly brilliant, eminently quotable and very much 'A Good Thing' ... Like the best satirists, Brown skewers our pretensions, ridicules our foibles and holds a mirror up to our times...1966 and All That is a worthy successor to 1066 and should be required reading in every school across the land.' Sebastian Shakespeare, Tatler

1966 AND ALL THAT - all the modern history you can't remember, narrated in a way you can't begin to understand.

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About the author (2006)

Craig Brown is the author of The Marsh Marlowe Letters, The Little Book of Chaos and The Hounding of John Thomas. His writings for Private Eye, the Mail on Sunday and the Daily Telegraph have won numerous awards.

Craig Brown was recently named one of the 50 funniest people in Britain by The Observer and one of the 50 wisest people in Britain by Saga magazine. He was the only person to appear in both lists.

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