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‘The most varied, colourful, confusing hubub in the world’: The East End, Television and the Documentary Imagination, July 1939.

‘The most varied, colourful, confusing hubub in the world’: The East End, Television and the Documentary Imagination, July 1939.
‘The most varied, colourful, confusing hubub in the world’: The East End, Television and the Documentary Imagination, July 1939.
Routledge
Jordan, James
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Craig-Norton, Jennifer
Kushner, Antony
Wiesse, Christian
Jordan, James
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Craig-Norton, Jennifer
Kushner, Antony
Wiesse, Christian

Jordan, James (2018) ‘The most varied, colourful, confusing hubub in the world’: The East End, Television and the Documentary Imagination, July 1939. In, Craig-Norton, Jennifer, Kushner, Antony and Wiesse, Christian (eds.) Migrant Histories: Histories from the 17th to the 21st Centuries:. Routledge. (Routledge Studies in Radical History and Politics) , (In Press)

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Author: James Jordan
Editor: Jennifer Craig-Norton
Editor: Antony Kushner
Editor: Christian Wiesse

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