The origins and setting of the city, its rise to industrial
preeminence, its achievement in civil government, enlightened
planning, housing and transport and their results in urban form and
land use are considered. Also discusses the impact of the Second
World War, change and decline in the industrial base, the
restructuring of the city center and Birmingham's role as an
international Fair'' city in a post-industrial world. Illustrated
with maps, diagrams and photographs.
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