Rowlinson, Michael
April 2002
Labour History Review (Maney Publishing);Apr2002, Vol. 67 Issue 1, p101
Academic Journal
The article presents the notions of nostalgia in British history as they apply to the public attraction, Cadbury World. Cadbury World is a tourist attraction in England at the site of the well known chocolate factory. The author makes observations on the interpretation of history presented by the exhibits at Cadbury World, and comments on their relation to actual events and historical significance. Labor relations, worker welfare and the social conditions of the factory are discussed and compared to the idyllic and harmonic picture painted by the Cadburys.


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