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The Domestic Revolution Explained By Stan Yorke

The Domestic Revolution Explained by Stan Yorke

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Describes the invention and arrival of aids which transformed domestic drudgery. These range from the basic utilities such as gas and electricity to later labour saving devices such as washing machines, vacuum cleaners and microwave ovens.

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The Domestic Revolution Explained by Stan Yorke

Today we take so much for granted, but it wasn't always so! Just a hundred years ago barely half the country had gas and very few had electricity, another hundred years before that and there were no utility supplies at all. Domestic life has changed so dramatically during this period that it can be fascinating to see just how we progressed. This easy to follow book is illustrated by over 160 photographs and drawings and is divided into three time zones.

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The Domestic Revolution Explained by Stan Yorke
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