By Linda Simard - 20th September 2020 6:08am
This week's History Short (number 25) is the second part of an article written for the ADHS by Linda Simard, looking at life and history in a village in eastern France. The village is smaller than Audlem but there are many similarities with the economic and social changes that have affected rural Britain over the past 40 years.
This is quite a long article with pictures, so we have included it as a downloadable pdf file (use the link below the photo.).
You can read the first part of the article here.
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