Paris Between the Wars
Thames and Hudson | ISBN 9780500515457
Hardback – 416 pages
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In the years between 1919 and 1939, Paris experienced a cultural and intellectual boom. Packed with amazing illustrations, this book explores every aspect of the city during the interwar years, when Paris truly was the City of Light. Featuring a stellar array of artists, writers, composers, musicians, designers and artists, "Paris between the Wars" covers everything from architecture and technology, to fashion, cafe culture and the gay scene.
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