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Much to the chagrin of more dogmatic modernists, the Swedish-inspired forms of the Festival of Britain on London’s South Bank (1951), which they condemned as ‘flimsy’ and ‘effeminate’, spread throughout the country. Nowhere was this more apparent than in Coventry, devastated by its 1940 bombing.
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