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On My Honour: Guides and Scouts in Interwar Britain

The article was published on 2002-01-01 and is currently open access. It has received 51 citations till now. The article focuses on the topics: Honour.

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The Culture of the Abdomen: Obesity and Reducing in Britain, circa 1900–1939

TL;DR: The Culture of the Abdomen, which went through eighteen editions and remained in print until the early 1960s, was the most successful popular reducing manual published in Britain in the first half of the twentieth century.

Civic culture and citizenship : the nature of urban governance in interwar Manchester and Chicago

Tom Hulme
TL;DR: The unabridged version of this paper can be consulted, on request, at the University of Leicester's David Wilson Library as discussed by the authors, on the basis of a request from the author.
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The Girl Guide Movement and Imperial Internationalism During the 1920s and 1930s

TL;DR: The early history of the Girl Guide movement in England, Canada and India is discussed in this article, where the influence of imperialism and internationalism on the Boy Guide movement is discussed.
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The League of Nations, Public Ritual and National Identity in Britain, c.1919–56

TL;DR: The Lord Mayor's Show, an ancient ritual first performed in the thirteenth century to mark the installation of a new occupant in London's highest municipal office as discussed by the authors, was once more assured.
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Duty to God/my Dharma/Allah/Waheguru: diverse youthful religiosities and the politics and performance of informal worship

TL;DR: This article explored the everyday, informal expressions of "worship" by young people that occur outside of designated religious spaces and the politics of these performances over time, drawing on a case study of the Scout Movement in the UK.