5.20      United Kingdom
5.20.0 United Kingdom General
5.20.1 Great Exhibition of the Industry and Works of All Nations, London 1851
5.20.2 International Exhibition, London 1862
5.20.3 International Exhibition, London 1874
5.20.4 International Health Exhibition, London 1884
5.20.5 American Exhibition, London 1887
5.20.6 International Exhibition, Glasgow 1888
5.20.7 Irish International Exhibition, London 1907
5.20.8 Franco-British Exhibition, London 1908
5.20.9 Japan-British Exhibition, London 1910
5.20.10 Glasgow History Exhibition, 1911
5.20.11 British Empire Exhibition, Wembley 1924-1925
5.19.12 Empire Exhibition, Glasgow 1938
5.19.13 Britain Can Make it Exhibition, London 1946
5.19.14 Festival of Britain, London 1951

5.20.0    United Kingdom General

  1. ALLAN, Ted: Glasgow's Great Exhibitions, in: World's Fair 8.4 (Fall 1988), 12-3.

  2. *Barringer, Tim: The South Kensington Museum and the Colonial Project, in: Tim Barringer and Tom Flynn (eds.): Colonialism and the Object: Empire, Material Culture and the Museum. London 1998: Routledge, 11-27.

  3. Briggs, Asa: Exhibiting the Nation, in: History Today 50.1 (2000), 16-25.

  4. BROACKES, Victoria: Exhibitions and Design Reform. M.A. Thesis, Royal College of Art/History of Design, 1986.

  5. CAMERON, David Kerr: The English Fair. Stroud, Gloucestershire 1998: Sutton Publishing.

  6. FLETCHER, F. A. and A. D. BROOKS: British Exhibitions and Their Postcards. Part I: 1900-1914. Part. II: 1915-1979. London 1978-1979: Fleetway Press.

  7. GEPPERT, Alexander C.T.: The Empire Revisited: Kulturelle Fremdheit und nationale Identität in den britischen Kolonialausstellungen, 1886-1925. M.A. Thesis, Georg-August-Universität Göttingen, 1997.

  8. *Geppert, Alexander C.T.: True Copies: Time and Space Travels at British Imperial Exhibitions, 1880-1930, in: Hartmut Berghoff, Christopher Harvie, Barbara Korte, and Ralf Schneider (eds.): The Making of Modern Tourism: The Cultural History of the British Experience, 1600-2000. London 2002: Palgrave, 223-48.

  9. GOLDSMITH, Alistair Lindsay: The Glasgow International Exhibitions, 1880-1938. M. Litt. Thesis, University of Strathclyde, 1985.

  10. GOLDSMITH, Alistair Lindsay: Glasgow on Show and the Boys in Blue, 1888-1938, in: History Today 47.2 (1997), 51-7.

  11. GREGORY, Breandan: Staging British India, in: J.S. BRATTON, Richard Allen CAVE, Breandan GREGORY, Heidi J. HOLDER and Michael PICKERING (eds.): Acts of Supremacy: The British Empire and the Stage, 1790-1930. Manchester 1991: Manchester University Press, 150-78.

  12. GREGORY, Brendan Edward: The Spectacle Plays and Exhibitions of Imre Kiralfy, 1887-1914. Ph.D. Thesis, University of Manchester 1988.

  13. JOHNSON, Nichola: Briton, Boer and Black in Savage South Africa, in: Susan PEARCE (ed.): Museums and the Appropriation of Culture. London 1994: Athlone Press, 174-97.

  14. KINCHIN, Perilla and Juliet KINCHIN: Glasgow's Great Exhibitions: 1888, 1901, 1911, 1938, 1988. Wendlebury, Bicester, Oxon 1988: White Cockade.

  15. KOCHANEK, Lisa A.: Reframing the Freak: From Sideshow to Science, in: Victorian Periodicals Review 30.3 (1997), 227-43.

  16. *Levell, Nicky: Oriental Visions: Exhibitions, Travel and Collecting in the Victorian Age. London 2001: Horniman Museum and Gardens.

  17. LINDSAY, Donald and E. S. WASHINGTON: A Portrait of Britain Between the Exhibitions, 1851-1951. Oxford 1952: Clarendon Press.

  18. MATHUR, Saloni: Exhibits of Empire: Visual Displays of Colonial India. Ph.D. Thesis, New School for Social Research, 1998.

  19. MOORE, Katharine: The Pan-Britannic Festival: A Tangible but Forlorn Expression of Imperial Unity, in: J.A. MANGAN (ed.): Pleasure, Profit, Proselytism: British Culture and Sport at Home and Abroad, 1700-1914. London 1988: Frank Cass, 144-62.

  20. OLYMPIA EXHIBITION CENTRE: Olympia: 100 Years of History, 1886-1986. London 1986.

  21. RYAN, Deborah S.: Daily Mail-Ideal Home Exhibition: The Ideal Home Through the 20th Century. London 1997: Hazar Publishing.

  22. *Symposium on "Exhibition and Celebration": The RSA and the Great Exhibition of 1851, the Festival of Britain of 1951 and Plans for the Millennium, in: RSA Journal 143 (May 1995), 43-59.

  23. WELBOURNE, Julia: Design Theory and Exhibition Practice in Britain, 1924-1938: The Articulation and Representation of Modernist Design Theory between the Empire Exhibitions. Ph.D. Thesis, University of Essex, 1987.

  24. WELTER, Volker M.: Stages of an Exhibition: The Cities and Town Planning Exhibition of Patrick Geddes, in: Planning History 20.1 (1998), 25-35.

  25. WOODHAM, Jonathan M.: Images of Africa and Design at the British Empire Exhibitions between the Wars, in: Journal of Design History 2.1 (1989), 15-33.


5.20.1    Great Exhibition of the Industry and Works of All Nations, London 1851

  1. *Anderton, Paul: Staffordshire and the Setting Up of the Great Exhibition 1851, in: Staffordshire Studies 9 (1997), 35-68.

  2. ANTHONY, Joseph: Joseph Paxton: An Illustrated Life of Sir Joseph Paxton, 1803-1865. Princes Risborough, Buckinghamshire 1992: Shire Publications.

  3. ATTERBURY, Paul: The Court of a Master: Pugin's Design of the Medieval Court at the Great Exhibition in 1851 Inspired the Gothic Revival, in: Perspectives on Architecture 1.3 (June 1994), 34-6.

  4. AUERBACH, Jeffrey: The Great Exhibition of 1851: A Nation on Display. New Haven, CT 1999: Yale University Press.

  5. BAILEY, Sydney D.: Parliament and the 1851 Exhibition, in: Parliamentary Affairs 4 (1950/51), 311-24.

  6. BEAVER, Patrick: The Crystal Palace 1851-1936: A Portrait of Victorian Enterprise. London 1970: Hugh Evelyn.

  7. BEAZLEY, Elizabeth: Recreation Centre, Crystal Palace, London, in: Architectural Review 136 (1964), 257-64.

  8. BENEDICT, Burton: America at the First World's Fair, in: World's Fair 5.4 (Fall 1985), 14-6.

  9. BENNETT, Jim: Science at the Great Exhibition. Cambridge 1983: Whipple Museum of the History of Science.

  10. BILLINGE, Mark: Trading History, Reclaiming the Past: The Crystal Palace as Icon, in: Gerry KEARNS and Chris PHILO (eds.): Selling Places: The City as Cultural Capital, Past and Present. Oxford 1993: Pergamon Press, 103-31.

  11. BIRD, Anthony: Paxton's Palace. London 1976: Cassell.

  12. Bollenbeck, Georg: Industrialisierung und ästhetische Wahrnehmung: Bemerkungen zur Weltausstellung London 1851, in: Wolfgang Drost (ed.): Fortschrittsglaube und Dekadenzbewußtsein im Europa des 19. Jahrhunderts: Literatur, Kunst, Kulturgeschichte. Heidelberg 1986: C. Winter, 289-98.

  13. *BONYTHON, Elizabeth: The Planning of the Great Exhibition of 1851, in: Journal of the Royal Society of Arts 143.5459 (May 1995), 45-8.

  14. BRIGGS, Asa: The Crystal Palace and the Men of 1851, in: Asa BRIGGS: Victorian People. Harmondsworth 1965: Penguin, 23-59.

  15. Brino, Giovanni: Crystal Palace: cronaca di un’avventura progettuale. Genova 1995: Sagep.

  16. CARRIERE, Marius: Samuel Bond and the Crystal Palace Medal, in: West Tennessee Historical Society Papers 41 (1987), 1-3.

  17. CHADWICK, George F.: The Works of Joseph Paxton, 1803-1865. London 1961: Architectural Press.

  18. *Colvin, Peter: Muhammad Ali Pasha, the Great Exhibition of 1851, and the School of Oriental and African Studies Library, in: Libraries & Culture, 33.3 (Summer 1998), 249-59.
  19. CORFE, Tom: The Great Exhibition. London 1979: Cambridge University Press.

  20. Crystal Palace: The Structure, Its Antecedents and Its Immediate Progeny. Northampton, MA 1976: Smith College.

  21. CUNLIFFE, Marcus: America at the Great Exhibition of 1851, in: American Quarterly 3.2 (Summer 1951), 115-26.

  22. DALZELL, Robert F.: American Participation in the Great Exhibition of 1851. Amherst, MA 1960: Amherst College Press.

  23. DAVIS, John R.: The Great Exhibition. Stroud, Gloucestershire 1999: Sutton Publishing.

  24. DE MARÉ, Eric Samuel: London 1851: The Year of the Great Exhibition. London 1972: Folio Society.

  25. DODDS, John Wendell: The Age of Paradox: A Biography of England, 1841-1851. London 1953: V. Gollancz.

  26. DOYLE, Peter and Eric ROBINSON: The Victorian "Geological Illustrations" of Crystal Palace Park, in: Proceedings of the Geologists' Association 104.3 (1993), 181-94.

  27. EDWARDS, Alison and Keith WYNCOLL (eds.): "The Crystal Palace is on Fire!" Memories of the 30th November 1936. London 1986: Crystal Palace Foundation.

  28. FAY, Charles Ryle: Palace of Industry, 1851: A Study of the Great Exhibition and Its Fruits. Cambridge 1951: Cambridge University Press.

  29. FFRENCH, Yvonne: The Great Exhibition, 1851. London 1950: Harvill Press.

  30. FRIEMERT, Chup: Die gläserne Arche: Kristallpalast London 1851 und 1854. München 1984: Prestel.

  31. FULFORD, Roger: The Prince Consort, Victorian Philosopher: 1851, His Vision of Industry and Art, in: Architectural Review 109.653 (1951), 274-8.

  32. GASKELL, S. Martin: Model Housing: From the Great Exhibition to the Festival of Britain. London 1987: Mansell.

  33. GIBBS-SMITH, C.H.: The Great Exhibition of 1851, in: Architect and Building News 197 (17 February 1950), 170-2.

  34. GIBBS-SMITH, C.H.: The Great Exhibition of 1851. 2d ed. London 1981: H.M.S.O.

  35. GIBBS-SMITH, C.H.: The Great Exhibition of 1851: A Commemorative Album. London 1950: H.M.S.O.

  36. GREEN, Charlotte Krack: The Great Exhibition of 1851 and the Mid-Century Works of Dickens, Kingsley, and Carlyle. Ph.D. Thesis, Ohio State University, 1978.

  37. HALTERN, Utz: Die Londoner Weltausstellung von 1851: Ein Beitrag zur Geschichte der bürgerlich-industriellen Gesellschaft im 19. Jahrhundert. Münster 1971: Aschendorff.

  38. HALTERN, Utz: The Society of Arts and Some International Aspects of the Great Exhibition of 1851, Parts 1-2, in: Journal of the Royal Society of Arts 116.5142 (May 1968), 539-42; 116.5143(June 1968), 620-22.

  39. HELLER, Alfred: London: In Search of the Crystal Palace, in: World's Fair 7.1 (Winter 1987), 10-2.

  40. HOBHOUSE, Christopher: 1851 and the Crystal Palace: Being an Account of the Great Exhibition and Its Contents; of Sir Joseph Paxton; and of the Erection, the Subsequent History and the Destruction of His Masterpiece. New York 1937: E.P. Dutton.

  41. HOBHOUSE, Hermione: The Legacy of the Great Exhibition, in: Journal of the Royal Society of Arts 143.5459 (1995), 48-52.

  42. HOBHOUSE, Hermione: Prinz Albert und die Weltausstellung von 1851, in: Wilfried ROGASCH (ed.): Victoria & Albert, Vicky & The Kaiser: Ein Kapitel deutsch-englischer Familiengeschichte. Ostfildern-Ruit 1997: G. Hatje, 87-98.

  43. HOWARTH, Patrick: The Year Is 1851. London 1951: Collins/London 1975: White Lion.

  44. HUGHES, Thomas Parke: Industry through the Crystal Palace: A Study of the Great Exhibition Held in London, 1851. Ph.D. Thesis, University of Virginia, 1953.

  45. HYDE, Ralph: A "Handy" Map, in: Map Collector 35 (June 1896), 47.

  46. *Johansen, S.: The Great Exhibition of 1851: A Precipice in Time?, in: Victorian Review 22.1 (Summer 1996), 59-64.

  47. *Keeler, N.B.: Illustrating the Reports by the Juries of the Great Exhibition of 1851: Talbot, Henneman, and Their Failed Commission, in History of Photography 6.3 (1982), 257-72.

  48. KESTEVEN, G.R.: 1851: Britain Shows the World. London 1968: Chatto & Windus.

  49. KIHLSTEDT, Folke T.: The Crystal Palace, in: Scientific American 251.4 (October 1984), 132-43.

  50. KING, Edmund: The Great Exhibition in Hyde Park and Its Publications, in: Journal of the Royal Society of Arts 144.5475 (December 1996), 58-62.

  51. KISS, Ken, Steven K. JONES and Angus BUCHANAN: Brunel and the Crystal Palace, in: Industrial Archaeology Review 17.1 (Autumn 1994), 7-21.

  52. LANGDON-DAVIES, John: The Great Exhibition 1851: A Collection of Documents. London 1968: J. Cape.

  53. *Leapman, Michael: The World for a Shilling: How the Great Exhibition of 1851 Shaped a Nation. London 2001: Headline.

  54. LIEBERMAN, Ralph: The Crystal Palace: A Late Twentieth-Century View of Its Changing Place in Architectural History and Criticism, in: AA files 12 (Summer 1986), 46-58.

  55. *Lubbock, Jules: Design Reform and the Great Exhibition, in: Jules Lubbock: The Tyranny of Taste: The Politics of Architecture and Design in Britain 1550-1960. New Haven, CT 1995: Published for the Paul Mellon Centre for British Art by Yale University Press, 248-70.

  56. LUCKHURST, Kenneth W.: The Great Exhibition of 1851: Three Cantor Lectures, in: Journal of the Royal Society of Arts (20 April 1951), 413-56.

  57. LUTCHMANSINGH, Larry D.: Commodity Exhibitionism at the London Great Exhibition of 1851, in: Annals of Scholarship 7.2 (1990), 203-16.

  58. LYON, T. Edgar: In Praise of Babylon: Church Leadership at the 1851 Great Exhibition in London, in: Journal of Mormon History 14 (1988), 49-61.

  59. *MacTaggart, Peter and Ann MacTaggart (eds.): Musical Instruments in the 1851 Exhibition: A Transcription of the Entries of Musical Interest from the Official Illustrated Catalogue of the Great Exhibition of the Art and Industry of All Nations, with Additional Material from Contemporary Sources. Welwyn 1986: Mac & Me.

  60. MAINARDI, Patricia: The Unbuilt Picture Gallery at the 1851 Great Exhibition, in: Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians 45.3 (September 1986), 294-97.

  61. MARNY, Dominique: Crystal Palace. Paris 1985: Trévise/Paris 1986: Librairie générale française.

  62. MCCARTHY, Steve: The Crystal Palace Dinosaurs: The Story of the World's First Prehistoric Sculptures. London 1994: Crystal Palace Foundation.

  63. MCKEAN, John: Crystal Palace: Joseph Paxton and Charles Fox. London 1994: Phaidon Press.

  64. MCKENDRY, V.: Hegemony at Home: Queen Victoria and the Great Exhibition of 1851: The Queen, the Press, and the Visual Rhetoric of Familial Love, in: Nineteenth Century Prose 24.1 (1997), 89-104.

  65. MORRIS, R. J.: Leeds and the Crystal Palace, in: Victorian Studies 13 (March 1970), 283-300.

  66. MUSGRAVE, Michael: The Musical Life of the Crystal Palace. Cambridge 1995: Cambridge University Press.

  67. *Oliver, Richard: The Ordnance Survey and the Great Exhibition of 1851, in: Map Collector 50 (1990), 24-28.

  68. PELLI, Cesar: Joseph Paxton's Crystal Palace, in: Architecture and Urbanism 2.113 (February 1980), 3-14.

  69. PETROSKI, Henry: The Amazing Crystal Palace, in: Technology Review 86.5 (July 1983), 18-28.

  70. PEVSNER, Nikolaus: High Victorian Design: A Study of the Exhibits of 1851. London 1951: Architectural Press.

  71. PIGGOTT, Jan R.: The Crystal Palace at Sydenham and the Architectural Courts. London 1987: Dulwich College.

  72. PIKE, Edgar Royston: Human Documents of the Victorian Golden Age (1850-1875). London 1967: Allen & Unwin.

  73. PURBRICK, Louise: Crystal Palace Revisited, Once Again, in: Art History 15 (March 1992), 116-9.

  74. *Purbrick, Louise (ed.): The Great Exhibition of 1851. Manchester 2001: Manchester University Press.

  75. REED, Nicholas: Camille Pissarro at Crystal Palace: A Tour of the Crystal Palace Area, to Include all Seventeen of the Viewpoints Painted by Camille Pissarro in 1870-71. London 1993: Lilburne Press.

  76. REEVES, Graham: Palace of the People. London 1986.

  77. RICHARDS, Thomas: The Commodity Culture of Victorian England: Advertising and Spectacle, 1851-1941. Stanford, CA 1990: Stanford University Press/London 1991: Verso.

  78. SCOTT, Pat, Alison EDWARDS and Eileen PULFER (eds.): The Perfect Playground: Childhood Memories of the Crystal Palace. London 1990: Crystal Palace Foundation.

  79. SHORT, Audrey: The Great Exhibition of 1851. Ph.D. Thesis, University of Cincinnati, 1968.

  80. SHORT, Audrey: Workers under Glass in 1851, in: Victorian Studies 10 (1966-67), 193-202.

  81. SPARLING, Tobin Andrews: The Great Exhibition: A Question of Taste. New Haven, CT 1982: Yale Center for British Art.

  82. *Tarshis, D.K.: The Koh-i-Noor Diamond and Its Glass Replica at the Crystal-Palace Exhibition, in: Journal of Glass Studies 42 (2000), 133-43.

  83. *Timmons, G.: Science and Science Education in Schools after the Great Exhibition, in: Endeavour 25.3 (2001), 109-20.

  84. TOULOUSE, Gilbert: Crystal Palace. Paris 1980: Belfond.

  85. TOWNDROW, Kenneth Romney: Alfred Stevens, Architectural Sculptor, Painter, and Designer. London 1939: Constable.

  86. VAN VOORST TOT VOORST, J.M.W: Nederland op de Wereldtentoonstelling van 1851 te Londen, in: Nederlands kunsthistorisch jaarboek/Netherlands Yearbook for History of Art 31 (1980), 475-92.

  87. WAGNER, Monika: Vom Ewigen und Flüchtigen zum ewig Flüchtigen: Die erste Londoner Weltausstellung als Wahrnehmungsproblem, in: Thomas KOEBNER and Sigrid WEIGEL (eds.): Nachmärz: Der Ursprung der ästhetischen Moderne in einer nachrevolutionären Konstellation. Opladen 1996: Westdeutscher Verlag, 209-29.

  88. WALTON, Whitney: France at the Crystal Palace: Bourgeois Taste and Artisan Manufacture in the Nineteenth Century. Berkeley 1992: University of California Press.

  89. WARE, Michael E.: Historic Fairground Scenes. Buxton 1977: Moorland.

  90. WEDGWOOD, Alexandra: The Mediaeval Court, in: Paul ATTERBURY and Clive WAINWRIGHT (eds.): Pugin: A Gothic Passion. New Haven, CT 1994: Yale University Press, 237-45.

  91. WERNER, Ernst: Der Kristallpalast zu London 1851. Düsseldorf 1970: Werner-Verlag.

  92. *Wihl, Gary: "Neither a Palace nor of Crystal": Ruskin and the Architecture of the Great Exhibition, in: Architectura ¾ Zeitschrift fur Geschichte der Baukunst 13.2 (1983), 187-202.

  93. *Zaretskaia, Diana Mikhailovna.: Rossiia na Vsemirnoi vystavke 1851 goda [Russia at the 1851 World's Fair], in: Voprosy istorii 7 (1986), 180-5.


5.20.2    International Exhibition, London 1862

  1. BOLCHINI, Piero: L'esposizione internazionale di Londra del 1862 e l'Italia, in: Rivista di Storia Economica 3.1 (1986), 1-40.

  2. BRADFORD, Betty: The Brick Palace of 1861, in: Architectural Review 132:785 (July 1962), 15-21.

  3. *The Exhibition Building of 1862, in: Survey of London. Vol. 38: The Museums Area of South Kensington and Westminster. London 1975: Athlone Press, 137-47.

  4. PIETSCH, Herbert: Vorzeichen: Arbeiter, Bismarck, Bucher, Krupp, Lassalle, Marx bei der Weltausstellung in London 1862, in: Geschlechterverhältnisse ―  Sexualität. Berlin 1992: Institut für Kulturwissenschaften, 184-91.

  5. VICTORIA AND ALBERT MUSEUM: The International Exhibition of 1862. London 1962: H.M.S.O. 5. WOLGAST, Eike: Ein Mecklenburger auf der Londoner Weltausstellung 1862, in: Mecklenburgische Jahrbücher 108 (1991), 119-27.

  6. *Wildman, Stephen: The International Exhibition of 1862: The Medieval Court, in: Joanna Banham and Jennifer Harris (eds.): William Morris and the Middle Ages: A Collection of Essays. Manchester 1984: Manchester University Press, 124-47.

  7. *Wildman, Stephen: J.G. Crace and the Decoration of the 1862 International Exhibition, in Megan Aldrich (ed.): The Craces: Royal Decorators 1768-1899. Brighton 1990: Murray, 146-55.

  8. Wolgast, Eike: Ein Mecklenburger auf der Londoner Weltausstellung 1862, in: Mecklenburgische Jahrbücher 108 (1991), 119-27.


5.20.3    International Exhibition, London 1874

  1. TRAPP, Frank Anderson: The London International Exhibition of Art and Industry, 1874, in: Connoisseur 187.754 (December 1974), 274-7.


5.20.4    International Health Exhibition, London 1884

  1. ADAMS, Annmarie: The Healthy Victorian City: The Old London Street at the International Health Exhibition of 1884, in: Zeynep ÇELIK, Diane FAVRO and Richard INGERSOLL (eds.): Streets: Critical Perspectives on Public Space. Berkeley 1994: University of California Press, 203-12.


5.20.5    American Exhibition, London 1887

  1. BENEDICT, Burton: The American Exhibition of 1887: How Buffalo Bill Captured London, in: World's Fair 5.2 (Spring 1985), 1-4.


5.20.6    International Exhibition, Glasgow 1888    

  1. HUNTER, Stanley K.: Kelvingrove and the 1888 Exhibition: International Exhibition of Industry, Science & Art, Glasgow 1888. Glasgow 1990: Privately published.


5.20.7    Irish International Exhibition, London 1907

  1. TURPIN, John: Ireland's Progress: The Dublin Exhibition of 1907, in: Ire-Ireland 17.1 (1982), 31-8.


5.20.8    Franco-British Exhibition, London 1908

  1. COOMBES, Annie E.: The Franco-British Exhibition: Packaging Empire in Edwardian England, in: Jane BECKETT and Deborah CHERRY (eds.): The Edwardian Era. Oxford 1987: Phaidon and Barbican Art Gallery, 152-66.

  2. COOMBES, Annie E.: Reinventing Africa: Museums, Material Culture and Popular Imagination in Late Victorian and Edwardian England. New Haven, CT 1994: Yale University Press.

  3. GREENHALGH, Paul: Art, Politics and Society at the Franco-British Exhibition of 1908, in: Art History 8.4 (1985), 434-52.

  4. JAMES, Godfrey: London: the Western Reaches. London 1950: Robert Hale.

  5. KNIGHT, Donald R.: The Exhibitions, Great White City, Shepherds Bush, London: 70th Anniversary, 1908-1978. New Barnet 1978: Privately published.

  6. MATTHEWS, George R.: The Controversial Olympic Games of 1908 as Viewed by the New York Times and the Times of London, in: Journal of Sport History 7.2 (1980), 40-53.


5.20.9    Japan-British Exhibition, London 1910

  1. *Hotta-Lister, Ayako: The Japan-British Exhibition of 1910: Gateway to the Island Empire of the East. Richmond, Surrey 1999: Japan Library.


5.20.10    Glasgow History Exhibition, 1911

  1. REMBOLD, Elfie: Negotiating Scottish Identity: The Glasgow History Exhibition 1911, in: National Identities 1.3 (1999), 265-186.


5.20.11    British Empire Exhibition, Wembley 1924-1925

  1. AUGUST, Thomas G.: Art and Empire ― Wembley, 1924, in: History Today 43 (October 1993), 38-44.

  2. AUGUST, Thomas G.: The West Indies Play Wembley, in: New West Indian Guide 66.3-4 (1992), 193-206.

  3. COMBES, R.A.: The British Empire Exhibition Wembley 1924. B.A. Thesis, University of Liverpool, 1986.

  4. GEPPERT, Alexander C.T.: True Copies: Time and Space Travels at British Imperial Exhibitions, 1880-1930, in: Hartmut BERGHOFF, Christopher HARVIE, Barbara KORTE and Ralf SCHNEIDER (eds.): The Making of Modern Tourism: The Cultural History of the British Experience, 1600-2000. London 2001: Palgrave (forthcoming).

  5. HEAVER, B.: Wembley ― The New National Stadium: Developments to Date and Plans for the Future, in: P.D. THOMPSON, J.J.A. TOLLOCZKO and J.N. CLARKE (eds.): Stadia, Arenas and Grandstands: Design, Construction and Operation. London 1998: E & FN Spon, 229-33.

  6. HEWLETT, Geoffrey, A.H. MURGATROYD and Win CUNNINGTON (eds.): A History of Wembley. London 1979: Brent Library Service.

  7. HEWLETT, Geoffrey: The Landscaping of Wembley Park at the Exhibition, in: Wembley History Society Journal 6 (1987), 81-9.

  8. HEWLETT, Geoffrey: The Wembley Coal Mine, in: Wembley Historical Society Journal 6.5 (Winter 1987), 97-103.

  9. HILL, Jeff and Francesco VARRASI: Creating Wembley: The Construction of a National Monument, in: Sports Historian 17.2 (November 1997), 28-43.

  10. KNIGHT, Donald R. and Alan D. SABEY: The Lion Roars at Wembley: British Empire Exhibition 60th Anniversary 1924-1925. London 1984: Privately published.

  11. PERKINS, Mike and William E. TONKIN: Postcards of the British Empire Exhibition, Wembley, 1924 & 1925. Chippenham, Wiltshire 1994: Anthony Rowe.

  12. SABEY, Alan D.: The British Empire Exhibition Stamps of 1924 and 1925. London 1999: Royal Mail.

  13. SAUNDERS, Matthew: End of an Empire? Palace of Engineering, 1924 British Empire Exhibition, Wembley, in: Concrete Quarterly (April/June 1978), 24-5.

  14. WALTHEW, Kenneth: The British Empire Exhibition of 1924, in: History Today 31 (August 1981), 34-9.

  15. WEMBLEY HISTORY SOCIETY: The British Empire Exhibition Wembley 1924: Fiftieth Anniversary. Wembley 1974.


5.20.12    Empire Exhibition, Glasgow 1938

  1. BAXTER, J. Neil: Thomas S. Tait and the Glasgow Empire Exhibition 1938, in: Journal of the Thirties Society 4 (1984), 26-30.

  2. CRAMPSEY, Robert A.: The Empire Exhibition of 1938: The Last Durbar. Edinburgh 1988: Mainstream.

  3. GARDINER, Leslie: Putting Out More Flags: Great Empire Exhibition, 1938, in: Country Life 182.18 (15 May 1988), 189-90.

  4. MCARTHUR, Colin: The Dialectic of National Identity: The Glasgow Empire Exhibition of 1938, in: Tony BENNETT, Colin MERCER and Janet WOOLLACOTT (eds.): Popular Culture and Social Relations. Milton Keynes 1986: Open University Press, 117-34.


5.20.13    Britain Can Make it Exhibition, London 1946

  1. MAGUIRE, Patrick J. and Jonathan M. WOODHAM (eds.): Design and Cultural Politics in Post-War Britain: The "Britain Can Make It" Exhibition of 1946. London 1997: Leicester University Press.


5.20.14    Festival of Britain, London 1951

  1. BANHAM, Mary and Bevis HILLIER (eds.): A Tonic to the Nation: The Festival of Britain 1951. London 1976: Thames and Hudson.

  2. CONEKIN, Becky Elizabeth: The Autobiography of a Nation: The 1951 Festival of Britain, Representing Britain in the Post-War Era. Ph.D. Thesis, University of Michigan, 1999.

  3. *Conekin, Becky Elizabeth: "Here Is the Modern World Itself": The Festival of Britain’s Representations of the Future, in: Becky Elizabeth Conekin, Frank Mort and Chris Waters (eds.): Moments of Modernity: Reconstructing Britain, 1945-1964. London 1999: Rivers Oram Press, 228-46.

  4. CRUICKSHANK, Dan: The Dome of Discovery, in: Architectural Review 197.1175 (1995), 80-5.

  5. FORGAN, Sophie: Festival of Science and the Two Cultures: Science, Design and Display in the Festival of Britain, 1951, in: British Journal for the History of Science 31.2 (1998), 217-40.

  6. GAMES, Abram: The Festival of Britain Symbol, in: Journal of the Royal Society of Arts 143.5459 (1995), 55-6.

  7. LEVENTHAL, F. M.: "A Tonic to the Nation": The Festival of Britain, 1951, in: Albion 27.3 (Fall 1995), 445-53.

  8. *Tonkin, Bill and George Simner: Post Cards and Related Collectibles of the Festival of Britain. West Wickam 2001: Exhibition Study Group.

  9. WRIGHT, Paul, Sir: The Festival of Britain: Some Memories, in: Journal of the Royal Society of Arts 143.5459 (May 1995), 52-5.